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The VA Is a Disgrace. Is Obama to Blame?

Obama, Bush, Congress, and presidents going back to JFK all bear some of the responsibility.

4 Ways to Embed Quality Into Your Agency's Culture

Survey shows traditional monetary incentives and training have little effect.

If You Do This, Your Emails Might Be Rude

It’s all to easy to invade someone's personal space online.

GSA Acquisition Officer Bound for White House Role

Anne Rung to serve as senior adviser, possibly as procurement chief.

Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki is sworn in on Capitol Hill Thursday.

The VA Health Care Scandal Grows

Albuquerque VA hospital is the latest to be accused of maintaining a secret waiting list.

Your City Might Start Paying You to Be Late for Work

Urban Engines is a new start-up making the case for skipping rush hour all together.

Voters Hate Obamacare More Than They Want Immigration Reform

The Affordable Care Act remains the deciding issue in voters' minds

6 Communication Tips From Emergency Managers

How to get your message across, even if it isn’t a matter of life and death.

Shaun Donovan testifies on Capitol Hill in March.

Report: HUD's Donovan to OMB in Cabinet Shift

San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro would be appointed to lead HUD.

A recently renovated centrifuge used in nuclear weapon assessments at Sandia National Laboratories. The Energy Department branch overseeing the lab is rejecting a finding by congressional auditors that it should know how much money could be saved by enact

Nuke Agency Rejects Mandate to Provide Cost-Savings Details

Agency's spending decisions are under the microscope in light of a broader congressional atmosphere of budget-tightening and because of past cost overruns.

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