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How Much is Too Much Caffeine?

Time to ease off the coffee, lest you begin hallucinating.

Labor Department headquarters

Furloughs Begin Across Executive Branch

Labor, OMB employees among those starting unpaid leave.

Get Ready for Smallest U.S. Investment in Budget in History

Infrastructure, education, research spending at all-time lows as share of GDP.

“It has come to my attention that some agencies were either unaware of recent changes….. or had not yet implemented the changes,” Rep. Sam Graves, R-Mo., wrote.

Lawmaker Wants Proof Agencies Are Complying With New Small Business Rules

Graves demands evidence they are elevating small and disadvantaged business offices.

The 6 Ways Government Needs to Improve Performance Management

An overview of how the federal government needs to start managing performance.

Defense to Ask Congress for 'Large' Budget Transfer Authority

'Good news' is number of furlough days coming down, Hagel says.

House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., left, and the committee's ranking Democrat Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md.

Bill Granting GAO More Power Clears House

Legislation will now move to Senate, where it could have a champion in Sen. Clare McCaskill, D-Mo.

The Growing Disconnect Between the SES and the Rest

Survey shows gap in job satisfaction between the SES and other federal employees is growing.

The SSA Employee Behind All the Great Data on Baby Name Popularity

Michael Shackleford was determined to avoid giving his child a common name.

From left, Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., Boston Mayor Thomas Menino and Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick listen to FBI Special Agent in Charge Richard DesLauriers speak Tuesday.

Multiple Fed Agencies Assemble in Boston as Bomb Probe Proceeds

With FBI in charge, ATF and ICE are working with city police and state troopers.