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What you can do to make the retirement system move more quickly.

Defense opens 14,000 new roles to military women

Certain female specialists now may serve within battalions.

Postal Service ends first quarter of fiscal 2012 in the red

Losses of $3.3 billion come during what is typically the strongest time of year due to holiday mail volume.

IRS settles whistleblower suit, special counsel reports

Groups applaud protection of employees who report abuse by contractors.

It's Budget Time!

The Obama administration's fiscal 2013 budget is already rolling off the presses at the Government Printing Office, in preparation for it's official release on Tuesday.

State Department pushes back on reports of plans to slash Iraq staff

Reduction in diplomatic personnel will be modest, spokeswoman says.

Sen. Thomas Carper, D-Del

Privacy concerns complicate efforts to end 'death fraud'

Lawmakers and agency officials tackle the issue of reducing mistaken payments to the recently deceased.

POGO site monitoring inspector general vacancies

The group also is tracking who is in charge of nominating an IG.

Analysis: Government's Moneyball Moment

With data and analytics, agencies can put together winning programs on a shoestring.

Washington area agencies on unscheduled leave status

As snow approached Wednesday, OPM said agencies would remain open.