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Commerce Secretary Unveils 'Open for Business' Agenda

Pritzker stresses agency promotion of trade, investment, innovation and new data.

Former Federal Reserve Bank Chairman Paul Volcker

Federal Service Prize Honorees Critique State of Government

Former executives Volcker and Bair call on political leaders to restore trust, pursue public interest.

Congress Wasn't Going to Save the Postal Service Anytime Soon

Under current law, the federal agency has few tools for financial innovation. Enter Amazon.

Democratic Senator: 'There’s an Overreach by the EPA'

West Virginia's Manchin urges more collaboration between the federal government and private sector.

How to Get Past the ‘Big Data’ Hype

Report suggests tying analytics to mission-critical goals and giving rank-and-file employees access.

Taking on the Risk of Government

A look at risk management in government.

U.S. Supreme Court Building

Attorney: Supreme Court Leaning Toward Maintaining Fed Whistleblower Rights

Tuesday’s oral arguments in securities industry case called 'good day' for federal employees.

 Treasury official Timothy Massad will be nominated to be the next chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.

Treasury Official to Be Tapped to Lead Financial Regulatory Agency

Nominee is assistant secretary for financial stability at the Treasury Department, overseeing the Troubled Asset Relief Program.

Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif.,  holds up documents during a hearing on the IRS in May.

Issa, Treasury Wrangle Over Subpoena for Tea Party Documents

Treasury says shutdown delayed its response to House panel probing IRS.

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