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Rep. Lou Barletta, R-Pa.

Nuclear Commission’s New Office Lease Will Shrink Footprint

GSA and House panel approve shared space with FDA in Maryland.

The Caffeine-Free Guide to Staying Sharp at Work

Alternative ways to receive a physical and mental boost.

Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo.

Senator Begins Uphill Task of Resurrecting Obama Reorganization Plan

Overseas development and trade agencies defend their unique missions.

What Machiavelli Could Have Learned From Mandela

Meeting force with grace is one more lesson from a legacy of unmatched leadership.

Black Supremacist No Longer Works for Homeland Security

Ayo Kimathi had moonlighted running a website calling for race war.

The Most Overused Buzzwords on LinkedIn in 2013

"Patient" joins "driven," "creative" and "responsible."

It's Better to Start Your Career in a Recession

People who graduated during economic recessions were more satisfied with their jobs than people who graduated in better economic circumstances.

George Bush Shows Hillary Clinton His Paintings on Air Force One

It was one of those rare times that a president, two former presidents and a former first lady/former secretary of State shared the same plane.

“I am requesting that your office undertake a review of the work of our contractors, and the management of and payments to those contractors, in the development of HealthCare.gov,” Kathleen Sebelius wrote.

HHS Chief Seeks Investigation Into Obamacare Website Contracts

Kathleen Sebelius also directed CMS to appoint a chief risk officer to oversee IT acquisitions.

From Air Travel to Food Safety, More Data Can Be Misleading

The FAA unpacks the "black box" of incident reporting and performance measures.

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