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The Name Left Out in Obamacare Victory Remarks: Kathleen Sebelius

HHS secretary was there when the president announced enrollment milestone, but did not get mentioned.

Panda cub Bao Bao enjoyed its first day outside at the National Zoo Tuesday.

Why Are Baby Animals Dying at the National Zoo?

Officials say death rates haven't actually increased -- the incidents are just occurring among more popular animals.

How Not to Introduce a Speaker

It’s better to under-promise, and the speaker over-delivers, than vice versa.

This Is What an Overhaul of the Federal Employee Pay System Could Look Like

Current system – including across-the-board pay raises -- is a 'relic of a bygone era,' report says.

VA Rehires Employee Involved in Drunk Driving Tragedy for $100K Job

Incident occurred in government vehicle while attending a federal employee conference near Dallas.

Damn the Org Chart

Top-down doesn’t always work for today’s skilled, tech-savvy workforce.

“It will allow us to address the $200 billion in duplication in programs identified by the Government Accountability Office," Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., said.

Good-Government Gurus Embrace, Expand on Obama Management Agenda

Ex-OMB performance leader questions GOP plan for inventory of federal programs.

Ryan Budget Calls for Return to Pre-Sequester Defense Spending

Budget chairman takes from nondefense to boost defense spending beyond Obama.

Got Big Data? First Define Your Big Question

Simple, yet analytical, data thinking can reveal the size of the problem.

Why Feds Are Still Buying IT That Works With Windows XP

During the last 12 months, agencies posted nearly 200 solicitations for products compliant with the operating system, which will lose Microsoft's security support on April 8.

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