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Despite challenges, Trump and GSA still a team

Agency has rejected protest of deal to redevelop Old Post Office in downtown Washington.

House panel votes to hold Holder in contempt

The White House to invoked executive privilege over Fast and Furious documents.

Sen. Tom Carper, D-Del.

GSA doesn’t know how many buildings it should sell, audit finds

'You can't manage what you can't measure,' Sen. Tom Carper says.

New consumer bureau opens database of credit card complaints

Industry warns that identifying details could unfairly tarnish companies.

Senior executives group finds risks in STOCK Act

White paper makes the case for repealing provisions requiring public database.

Attorney General Eric Holder

Obama allows Holder to assert executive privilege on Fast and Furious

House panel was preparing to vote on holding Holder in contempt of Congress.

How far can labor take Democrats in a big-money era?

The Citizens United decision and unsympathetic politicians are testing union relevance.

The Data Watcher

Zachary Brown, chief information security officer at the tiny startup Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, safeguards citizens’ information in the cloud.

Impassioned Biden reassures public workers

'We owe you. You shouldn't be nullified,' the vice president tells AFSCME.