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As local governments shrink, private consultants reap rewards

Officials must 'adapt to the new normal,' firm says.

'Bayonets and Horses:' Obama and Romney's Sharpest Debate Retorts

Both Obama and Romney had two solid barbs at Monday night's debate.

Commerce Department headquarters

Commerce Department conference costs can be hard to pin down

IG finds many reports are based on estimates and not actual expenses.

The threat of the 2011 Budget Control Act looms over federal agencies.

Many agencies already reacting to sequestration threat, panelists say

Contractors will face renegotiated agreements and cuts in government procurement staff.

Postal union claims USPS solvency within reach

NALC says prefunding mandate is preventing financial viability.

5 Leadership Lessons Learned From the 2012 Debates

As the race enters its final phase, what lessons have we learned from these debates?

Infographic: The Many Perks of Working From Home

Employees who telework are not just healthier and happier, they're good for the environment.

TSA seeks to fire, suspend screeners

Probe at Newark Airport results in allegations of improper screening by 44 employees and managers.

'Great Technological Importance:' NIST's Pioneering Young Scientist

Jacob Taylor is at the cutting-edge of theoretical physics and breaking the boundaries of what is possible.

In Marie Claire interview, Hillary Clinton insists she won’t run again

Secretary of State says she will be cheering for the first female president.