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Vietnam veteran Louis Albin, who served in the U.S. Navy, listens during a town hall meeting at American Legion Post 1 on Monday, June 9, 2014, in Phoenix concerning health-care issues at the Phoenix VA facilities.

One Thing That Is Going Right for Veterans

More Iraq and Afghanistan veterans are finding jobs, but the unemployment rate could easily creep back up as more soldiers come home.

“Bonuses are not an entitlement; they are a reward for exceptional work,” Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Florida, said.

Most VA Senior Execs Rated Above Average on Performance Evaluations

Lawmakers at the latest VA hearing express anger, confusion over federal employee review and bonus system.

High Court Rules Public Workers Can Testify

Alabama college case could help federal whistleblowers, experts say.

Sylvia Mathews Burwell, HHS Secretary

New HHS Secretary Reshuffles Obamacare Management

Burwell puts a single individual in charge, recruits chief technology officer for marketplaces.

U.S. Department of Treasury

Treasury Advised to Improve Consolidated Financial Statement

GAO faults internal controls and documentation of management conclusions.

Obama Names Acting SSA Chief to Step In Permanently

Carolyn Watts Colvin has been leading the agency, which faces numerous workforce and management challenges, since last year.

Innovation Is a Team Sport

How to shape an inventive culture at your agency.

Rafael Moure-Eraso, chairman of the U.S. Chemical Safety Board

Chemical Safety Board Chairman Asked to Resign Over 'Toxic' Work Environment

Trouble at the board sparks fireworks at congressional hearing.

Social Security Administration checks

Senators: Social Security Isn't Going About Closing Field Offices the Right Way

The agency hasn't sufficiently justified its decisions, which are hurting seniors, report finds.