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Public not as anti-government as you might think

Though measures such as the federal pay freeze poll well, average citizens don’t share the tea party’s views on spending.

Office of Personnel Management chief John Berry

Workplace diversity plans due at OPM

All federal agencies required to submit strategies for review.

Bin Laden reportedly plotted to kill Obama

Gen. David Petraeus also targeted, The Washington Post says.

Thomas Nides, State Department deputy secretary for management and resources.

State Department executive: No ‘fantasy world’ about budget

Chief operating officer says diplomats understand the need to economize, and are doing a good job of it.

Obama FOIA efforts earn mixed grades

House Oversight panel and OMBWatch point to missing information.

Does Life Imitate Art at Goldman Sachs?

When Greg Smith quit his job running a London based line of business for Goldman Sachs he acted out the fantasy of everyone who’s ever wanted to tell their employer what they really think of them as they walk out the door.

FAA and air traffic controllers extend contract four years

Agreement comes six months before the current pact was set to expire, CNN reports.

Interior headquarters are located in Washington, D.C.

Interior drafts plan to cut 7 percent of staff

Downsizing strategy comes in response to an OMB request, Federal Times reports.

David Cameron and Barack Obama held a joint press conference Wednesday.

Obama, Cameron defend Afghan timetable

Withdrawal is still targeted for 2014, U.S. and U.K. leaders say.

Attorney General Eric Holder says automatic cuts could be devastating.

Sequestration could mean furloughs for many Justice employees

More than 100,000 employees could be forced to take several weeks of unpaid vacation in 2013.