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Postal Service Shows Improvement, But Still Loses $350 million in First Quarter of Fiscal 2014

Increases in package delivery and workforce cuts have helped the agency's bottom line.

The Parker Dam is one of the facilities named in the report.

Watchdog: Uncle Sam Has Trouble Keeping Track of His Property

GAO says agency focus on buildings has short-changed reporting on other federal assets.

Federal Retirements Surge in January

OPM processes fewer claims than it had projected.

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7 Ways Olympians Stay Motivated

How mindfulness, self-talk, and an obscure chunk of the brain help athletes get through the training grind.

Get Ready for Annual Strategic Reviews

Progress reports on performance goals will change the way agencies do business.

Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn.

These Conservatives Are Done Fighting Over the Debt Ceiling

The last time around, they put up a giant fight over government funding. Now some Republicans have mellowed out—and would settle for a clean bill.

‘Can We Talk?’ 4 Tips for Delivering Bad News

A simple formula to help you through difficult conversations at work and in life.

OPM: Only Federal Employees Will Do Final Review of Background Checks

The move is in response to fraud charges against outside contractor that vetted NSA whistleblower and Navy Yard shooter.

Sen. Tom Carper, D-Del., chair of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs committee

Senate Panel Approves Postal Service Overhaul

After debating pricing structure and guns in post offices, committee finally advances landmark reform bill.

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