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Postal Reform Isn’t Happening in 2013

For the third time in two months, Senate committee cancels plans to move forward with USPS overhaul.

“When the IRS conducts business with vendors that do not comply with federal tax laws, it conveys a contradictory message in relation to its mission to ensure compliance with the tax laws,” said J. Russell George.

Vendors Doing Business with IRS Owe Nearly $600M in Back Taxes

Auditors find more than 1,100 delinquent businesses escaped agency’s controls.

Leaders Do Matter -- But When Does Their Gender Matter Too?

Countries with ethnic diversity often have slow economic growth -- unless there is a woman in charge.

Why You Should Move All Your Meetings to Jan. 7

Productivity dips during the holidays.

Research on 'Zombie' Games and Romance Novels Makes Annual 'Wastebook'

Sen. Coburn’s latest list also calls NASA and State Department projects frivolous.

12 Business Books to Read in 2014

New titles for the world of work that are likely to make a splash next year.

President Barack Obama tours an oncology laboratory with Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius at the National Institute of Health in Bethesda, Md.

Are We Sequestering Ourselves to Death?

Critics call NIH bloated. Advocates insist spending cuts are a matter of mortal danger.

Jeh Johnson Confirmed as Homeland Security Secretary

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., had battled with Johnson at confirmation hearing last month.

5 Tips for Strategic Planning in 2014

In an environment of constant change, consider multiple future scenarios.

Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont.,  introduced the bill

Lawmakers Want to Restore Due Process to Feds in 'Sensitive' National Security Positions

Court decision prevents those employees from appealing adverse actions to MSPB.

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