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Air Force Announces Civilian Reduction in Force

Move not related to sequestration; service hopes to realign employees, not let them go.

How the Government Searches for the Boston Marathon Bomber

The FBI may have been most transformed by post-9/11 reforms.

 "Of everything I went through — including the recount, Sept. 11, and two wars — no briefing was harder than the anthrax briefings," Ari Fleischer said.

From Laced Letters to Terror Attacks, This Feels Like 2001

Bush press secretary Ari Fleischer understands what Jay Carney was going through Wednesday.

Are You Ready For NASA's Space Apps Challenge?

How you can get involved with NASA's upcoming international technology event.

How Much is Too Much Caffeine?

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

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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.