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A car drives through Havana, Cuba with American and Cuban flags on its dashboard.

USPS and Cuba in Talks to Resume Direct Mail Service

Postal service between the two countries has stalled for 50 years.

“We have made real progress at a time when the mission of our agency has never been more important,” Dan Tangherlini said Tuesday.

Acting GSA Chief Impresses Senators As Agency’s Mr. Fix-It

Confirmation hearing touches on conference scandal, bonuses, respect for contracting officers.

Former Comptroller General David Walker

Unions Slam Proposed Efficiency Board As ‘Offensive’ and ‘Unwise’

House oversight hearing examines potential updates to 'reinventing government.'

Why Agencies Should Care How Well Their Employees Sleep

Employers need to talk to their employees about sleep.

The Taliban Is Ready for Peace Talks

Qatar to host direct negotiations among the Taliban, the Karzai government and the U.S.

NATO soldiers walk towards a Chinook helicopter after a ceremony at a military academy on the outskirts of Kabul, Afghanistan.

Are Afghan Troops Really 'Getting Good Enough' to Take Over for NATO?

U.S. and NATO troops will remain in the country until 2014, but will only serve an advisory role from now on.

Analysis: Why Are People So Distrustful of Big Government?

For some, it's a long history of abuses carried out in the name of national security.