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Former Assistant Secretary for Human Resources and Administration John Sepulveda resigned Sunday.

VA cited for excessive conference spending and ‘weak’ leadership

CHCO steps down after probe into two conferences costing more than $6.1 million.

5 Tips for Watching the Debates

A few ways to enhance your viewing experience and get the most substance from the debates.

Defense contractors diversify while eying sequestration

Charleston, S.C., companies would be hard hit but say adjustments are under way.

Happy birthday, NASA! Here's what might have happened if you were never born

Our space program almost ended up under the control of the Atomic Energy Committee and the precursor to DARPA.

What is All This Talk About Innovation?

It's an overused buzzword--and it's more important than ever.

Science: Watching Animal Videos Could Make You a Better Employee

And the more adorable the critter, the better.

Postal Service defaults on payment to Treasury

Congress has punted on the question of a solution until after the election.

One in eight feds have witnessed workplace violence in past two years

Most perpetrators had connection to workplace.

Danny Werfel, OMB’s controller, co-wrote the memo.

OMB to contractors: Follow Labor guidance on pre-sequester layoff notices

If companies do, officials say, agencies will cover their liability under federal law requiring advance warning of layoffs.

House clears Whistleblower Protection Enhancement Act

Advocacy groups, Office of Special Counsel hail 'strongest' such bill in history.