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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., has pledged “a lot of restrictions on the activities of the bureaucracy.”

Obama Threatens Veto of GOP’s First Attempt to Rein in ‘Bureaucrats’

White House says House-backed bill restricting regulatory authority would actually increase red tape.

Obama’s Cybersecurity Plan, Explained

Despite claims, could the White House initiative have stopped the Sony hack?

Managing in the Era of ‘New Power’

Unlike the 'old power' model, the goal is to channel it, not hoard it.

IRS chief John Koskinen said the agency will "have no choice but to do less with less."

IRS Hits Filing Season Feeling Stretched Beyond Capacity

Officials reiterate that budget cuts could result in two-day agency shutdown and will harm customer service.

A VA truck rides down the street during a Veterans Day parade in 2014.

Lawmakers Call for Investigation of Veterans Hospital Accused of Distributing Pain Medication 'Like Candy'

A recent report said some veterans call a Wisconsin hospital "Candy Land" because of how much medication its doctors distribute to treat pain.

Enhancing the Citizen Journey Is a Government Imperative

Customers expect online, real-time service.

Obama announced the plan in a video on the White House site.

President Backs Government-Run Internet Networks

Obama wants to overturn state laws that restrict cities from building their own networks.

When Priorities Clash, Time Seems Shorter

Considering the opportunity cost of things might be practical, but it can also make your day seem a lot shorter.

Obama referenced the recent Sony Pictures hack when speaking to lawmakers.

Obama Invokes Sony, CENTCOM Hacks in Calling for Cybersecurity Action

The president told lawmakers Tuesday he intends to highlight his administration’s renewed cyber efforts in his State of the Union address.