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Help Wanted: How Can OPM Make USAJOBS Easier to Use?

OPM wants feedback on overhauling the government's hiring website.

The VA Scandal Isn't Going Away

The Veterans Affairs Inspector General's Office is investigating 93 facilities and is "pretty confident" scheduling or data manipulation took place in most of them.

Aid workers continue to fight the spreading Ebola virus in eastern Sierra Leone.

If There’s a Pandemic, Homeland Security May be Scrambling

Department has mismanaged its inventory of masks, hand sanitizer and other emergency protective equipment, watchdog finds.

Targeted Messaging: 3 Reasons It’s the Future of Government Communications

Inbound marketing is a more effective way to get the word out.

Four of the five living presidents will wish AmeriCorps a happy birthday.

AmeriCorps Is Almost Old Enough to Drink

The national service organization turns 20 this year, and three ex-presidents will join President Obama to say, "Happy Birthday."

Government Debt Isn't the Problem—Private Debt Is

The Roaring Twenties, the Japanese boom of the '80s, and the U.S.'s in the early 2000s have one thing in common: They were debt-fueled binges that brought these economies to the brink of ruin.

Chicago, Illinois

How Can Local Governments Embrace Participatory Budgeting?

Chicago alderman: “We need a new governance model, one that empowers people to make real decisions about policy and spending decisions.”

A Blogger Found Secret U.S. Justice Department Documents in an Austrian Trash Bin

A former U.S. ambassador is being investigated for laundering, according to papers found in a garbage container in Vienna.

Americans Work Longer Hours—and Stranger Hours

Americans are far more likely to work on weekends or in the dead of night.

Why Government Takes Calculated Risks

We can't exactly ground all flights to prevent crashes, so how can federal managers avoid risk?