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House clears Whistleblower Protection Enhancement Act

Advocacy groups, Office of Special Counsel hail 'strongest' such bill in history.

Science Community Sounds Alarm Over Sequestration

Cuts could slow progress in medical research, food safety and energy independence.

Capturing the 'Merchant of Death'

How DEA Agent Louis Milione helped bring down the world's most wanted arms dealer.

The Most Overlooked Element of Leadership

Effective employee feedback and development require one all-important ingredient: Time.

Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius will campaign at seven events throughout the state.

HHS chief back on campaign trail after violation

Sebelius will speak in personal, not official, capacity.

Americans Are Fed Up With Politics, Not Government, Says Study

The sickness in Congress, as the public sees it, is a personnel problem, not a structural one.

Seventy agencies delinquent on federal taxes, auditors say

Watchdog finds $14 million in unpaid employment tax withholdings.

Arne Duncan would stay at Education for 2nd Obama term

'I am staying, unless the president gets sick of me,' he tells National Journal.

OPM courts interns, recent grads

Agency is ramping up its efforts this fall to attract new hires to government.

Federal judge upholds Obama ban on lobbyists sitting on advisory panels

Ruling finds service is not a ‘government benefit’ to which lobbyists are entitled.