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Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont.

Senator To Focus on Federal Employee Pay, Morale

Montana Democrat Jon Tester calls Obama’s 1 percent pay raise proposal insufficient.

The Pentagon Has to Learn a New Language: English

To communicate the effects of budget cuts, officials will now try to avoid both "Pentagon-speak" and hyperbole.

Blame Open Plan Offices for Making Cold and Flu Season Worse

There's nowhere to hide from the guy with a cold.

Obama's Former Budget Ace Fights to Hide His Finances

Peter Orszag, slammed when he took a top job on Wall Street, is working furiously to keep his finances from the public eye.

Is It Wrong to Plagiarize From an Email?

You might want to think about it before you cut and paste.

Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa

FDA on Defensive for Snooping on Employees’ Computers

Two reports detail efforts to monitor communications of scientists suspected of press leaks.

More Than 134,000 Feds to Telework Next Week

Effort will save government more than $11 million, group says.

Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., chairman of the Oversight and Government Reform panel, on Tuesday sent a letter to the attorney for Lois Lerner, the since-departed head of the Exempt Organizations division, recalling her to testify.

Democrats: The IRS Probe Has Cost Taxpayers $14 Million So Far

Price tag includes employee compensation, travel and IT upgrades.

Managing Tight Budgets—California Style

How the economic downturn set the stage for government innovation.

Former President George W. Bush

Exhibit to Showcase New Works by George W. Bush

Some of the 43rd president's never-before-seen paintings will be featured in early April at his presidential library in Dallas.

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