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Michelle Obama Receives Blowback ... Over Water

A seemingly innocuous initiative to get people to drink more of the stuff has stirred up some skepticism.

ohn Sopko, Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction

Watchdog: State Dept. Needs a Better Plan for Beating Corruption in Afghanistan

Support for reconstruction may falter after U.S. drawdown, SIGAR notes.

Andrew McLaughlin, a former deputy U.S. chief technology officer

Think Managing Federal Email Records Is Tough? Wait for Records on Snapchat

The deluge of digital communication can make preserving federal records difficult.

Service to America Medal Finalists: Homeland Security and Law Enforcement

High-stakes efforts save a 5-year-old hostage, disrupt pervasive crime and protect livestock from disease.

So Many Bosses, But Who’s Doing the Real Work?

Smart staffing can boost efficiency and morale in a tight budget landscape.

A Postal Service employee holds a 2010 census form.

Census Bureau Struggles With Sequester and Pressure to Cut Costs

House members voice privacy concerns in move toward interagency records sharing.

Former Convicts Make Bad Employees — And Other Hiring Myths Big Data Expose

Think experience matters? It doesn’t. Concerned that job-hoppers, the long-term unemployed, or even ex-convicts make bad hires? They don’t.

Chart Shows U.S. Running Out of Cash As Soon As Oct. 18

Government reached its public debt limit on May 19, but Treasury has taken measures to keep money flowing.

Independent Agency Makes Headway on Furlough Appeals

MSPB begins to consolidate and adjudicate record number of appeals.