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Voters Hate Obamacare More Than They Want Immigration Reform

The Affordable Care Act remains the deciding issue in voters' minds

6 Communication Tips From Emergency Managers

How to get your message across, even if it isn’t a matter of life and death.

Shaun Donovan testifies on Capitol Hill in March.

Report: HUD's Donovan to OMB in Cabinet Shift

San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro would be appointed to lead HUD.

A recently renovated centrifuge used in nuclear weapon assessments at Sandia National Laboratories. The Energy Department branch overseeing the lab is rejecting a finding by congressional auditors that it should know how much money could be saved by enact

Nuke Agency Rejects Mandate to Provide Cost-Savings Details

Agency's spending decisions are under the microscope in light of a broader congressional atmosphere of budget-tightening and because of past cost overruns.

Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki listens at left as Veterans Affairs acting Inspector General Richard Griffin testifies Thursday.

House to Vote on Firing VA Senior Execs

A bill that would enhance the department secretary’s authority to sack poor performers at scandal-plagued VA hits the floor Wednesday.

4 Ways Industry Can Help Make the DATA Act Work

In partnership with agencies, companies can benefit from improving spending data.

Your Idea for Improving Program Management Could Be Worth Something

The Performance Improvement Council will award prizes for the most compelling submissions.

Don’t Count on Higher Mass Transit Benefits Anytime Soon

Senate Republicans block bill that would have restored the benefits to their 2013 levels and privatized tax debt collection.

Executive at Center of VA Patient Scheduling Debacle Resigns

Dr. Robert Petzel was the department’s undersecretary for health.

Air Force Behind on Improvements to F-22 Fighter, Auditors Find

Greater progress achieved on simultaneous modernization effort.