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Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey, left, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, center, and Robert Hale Undersecretary of Defense Comptroller.

Congress to Pentagon: Hand Over the War Budget

Defense officials want to wait until a decision on post-2014 involvement in Afghanistan is made.

Former Internal Revenue Service official Lois Lerner

Holding Ex-IRS Official in Contempt Looks Increasingly Unlikely

Lawmakers continue to squabble over compelling Lois Lerner to testify.

5 Keys to Running a Successful R&D Program

Innovation isn't just a matter of 'if you build it, they will come.'

You Can Smoke Pot in Colorado Unless You’re a Federal Employee

Federal government allows marijuana use in states where it’s legal, but its employees who live there can’t light up.

"It's very easy to beat up on the VA," said Senate Veterans Affairs Committee Chairman Bernie Sanders.

Are Veterans Getting the Money They Deserve in Latest Budget?

Lawmakers are skeptical that the growing needs of veterans can be met with the amount requested.

White House: Sequester No Longer Applies to Part of Obamacare

The administration is no longer applying the mandatory spending cuts to the Affordable Care Act’s cost-sharing subsidies.

What You Need to Know About OMB's Cross-Agency Goals

New guidance raises the bar for cybersecurity, clearances and more.

“GPRA is not working -- we don’t even know what a program is, so we don’t have accuracy,” Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., said.

Senate Panel Presses OMB on Management Agenda

Agency performance and results law is not working, says Republican.

CBO: Republican Plan to Delay Obamacare's Individual Mandate Would Save $31 Billion

It would also, the budget office estimates, raise premiums and result in 13 million fewer people gaining access to health insurance.

How to Fix Boring Conference Panels: Get Rid of the Moderator

Take it from someone who produces live radio and an on-stage interview show: Ditch the moderator.

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