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Don't Expect Any Backroom Deals on Sequester -- For Now

Congress now likely to address fiscal situation through regular legislative process.

Left, NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz accepting the Best Places to Work in the Federal Government award for most improved mid-size agency from Max Stier, president and CEO of the Partnership for Public Service.

Why the NCUA is One of the Best Places to Work

Lessons learned from the National Credit Union Administration, one of the most improved agencies in the 2012.

Trust Your Gut (Sometimes) to Make Better Decisions

The science behind why decision making is never easy.

Most Fed Bonuses Forbidden Under Sequestration

OMB guidance targets ‘discretionary monetary awards.’

Managers Coalition to Lawmakers: Not All Conferences Are Bad

Group argues that events are necessary for networking, educational opportunities.

Analysis: Obama's Political Gamble on Sequestration

White House criticized for exaggerating the impact of spending cuts.

FBI Director Robert Mueller and Attorney General Eric Holder

Attorney General Perks Include Personal Use of Agency Aircraft

Department spends millions on non-mission travel, GAO finds.

3 Ways Tech Is Changing Washington (and One Way It Isn't)

Mobile technology is breaking down silos in DC, but some things will never change.

IRS headquarters

IRS Anticipates Furloughs

Employees face up to 7 days’ of unpaid leave this year under sequester.

The debt supercommittee was put together in 2011.

Analysis: Here's Who Is Really to Blame for Sequestration

Don't look at Obama or Republicans in Congress. The failure of the bipartisan "supercommittee" 15 months ago created the current mess.