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Now Is the Time to Fix VA Executive Pay

The SES pay system will make it difficult to attract needed talent.

The awards are are named for noted civil servant Arthur Flemming, who served presidents from Franklin Roosevelt to Bill Clinton, earning the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1994.

A Dozen Feds to Receive Flemming Awards for Excellence

The George Washington University hosts event that has recognized federal service for 65 years.

Veterans Affairs acting Inspector General Richard Griffin

VA Watchdog Subpoenas Advocacy Group

Officials at the Project on Government Oversight have refused to cooperate.

You Don't Need to Watch Game of Thrones—You Already Live in Westeros

George R.R. Martin's dystopian kingdom bears an uncomfortable resemblance to a modern Washington.

 The House Armed Services Committee Wednesday will hold a hearing at which Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is scheduled to appear.

Pressure Mounts Over VA, Prisoner Swap, and Highway Funding

No shortage of controversies as Congress picks up the pace.

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz.

The Senate Has a Deal to Fix the VA. What’s Next?

Lawmakers still have many options to consider.

4 Ways to Improve Accountability in Your Office

Leaders who take personal responsibility build a culture of commitment.

Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo.

Senators Would Boost Independence of NSA Watchdog

Bipartisan bill would elevate inspector general to presidential appointee.

The Rule of Nobody: When Leaders Can’t Lead

How to untangle regulation and give public managers the power to decide.

Keith Alexander said that the NSA "got way behind in the media on this."

Former NSA Director: 'An Attack Is Going to Come'

Keith Alexander sees poor PR, not illegal surveillance programs, as the agency's biggest failure.

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