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33 Finalists Announced for Top Fed Award

Accomplishments include protecting the health and well-being of Americans, fighting disease and pollution, and cracking down on fraud.

Are People Becoming More Open to Female Leaders?

Women bosses are seen as just as capable as their male counterparts, a new meta-analysis shows, but they rate themselves as less effective than men.

Four Agencies to Run Shared Financial Services

Agriculture, Interior, Transportation and Treasury to provide core accounting services for other agencies.

Commentary: 12 Ways to Clean Up the Mess at IRS

A comprehensive overhaul is needed to combat the dysfunction.

5 Things Leaders Can Do Right Now to Make Government More Efficient

The inherent flaws go beyond labor, resources or technology.

Uncle Sam Sheds More Jobs in April, But Rate of Loss Slows

The federal government overall lost 3,000 jobs last month, continuing a long-term downward trend in federal employment.

An agent leaves vehicle to conduct a foot patrol of an area near San Diego.

Customs and Border Protection to Hire 2,000

Border agency recruits officers at air, land and sea ports amid general trend of federal downsizing.

Job seekers line up for a job fair at Columbia-Greene Community College in Hudson, N.Y.

The Blowout U.S. Jobs Report for April in Two Simple Charts

The big picture shows workforce growth, but federal government losses.

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