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Agencies Turn Government Speak Into Plain Language

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau wins top honors for providing clear information to citizens.

Innovation at work.

The Most and Least Innovative Federal Agencies

Federal employees rank NASA at the top of the list, and Homeland Security at the bottom.

Feds Don't Feel the Government Is Rewarding Innovation

Employees still haven’t given up on finding better ways to do their jobs, according to analysis.

GSA's Bev Godwin to Retire

The director of GSA’s Federal Citizen Information Center has been a champion of technology innovation.

The Origins of Office Speak

What corporate buzzwords reveal about the history of work.

Former Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius

Did Sebelius Break the Law in Soliciting Support for Obamacare?

Lawyer dissects GAO report detailing contacts with five outside groups.

Veterans, military spouses, and transitioning service members meet with employers at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation's Hiring Our Heroes job fair on March 27, 2014 in New York.

Putting Veterans on a Path to Careers

Public-private coalitions provide certification programs in skilled trades.

Cars speed past a Chicago parking meter kiosk on Chicago's north side.

City and State Officials Are Getting More Skeptical of Privatization

Policymakers are starting to question what for decades has been seen as a cost-saving panacea.

Budget Cuts Bring 11 Percent Decline in Contract Spending for 2013

Annual Bloomberg study shows rising awards from three departments despite the overall downward trend.

The IRS Gave $1 Million in Bonuses to Employees Who Didn’t Pay Their Taxes

Drug users, credit card cheats also received performance awards.

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