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Video: Fed leaders stress the need for food drive

The annual program hopes to collect millions of pounds of food

Rep. Charles Boustany, R-La.

IRS under fire for making taxpayer identity fraud a low priority

Ways and Means oversight chairman calls IG’s report ‘shocking.’

Postal Service loses $5 billion in third quarter

The agency’s money problems worsen, but customer satisfaction remains high.

HR pros offer bleak assessment of federal managers

New report shows growing unease over lack of leadership skills among agency managers.

Annual budget guidance stresses performance and priority goals

OMB spells out details on implementing a 2010 reform law.

Social Security offers thousands of employees early retirement

Fourteen percent of SSA’s workforce is eligible.

Defense contractors downsized in good times, report finds

Researchers question link between sequestration and threatened job cuts.

It’s official: White House must share sequestration specifics

President Obama will have to report spending cut details by Sept. 6.

A Word About Leaks

When is a secret no longer a secret? It depends on who’s talking.

USPS isn’t rich, but it’s pretty fast

Researchers compare the postal services of 159 countries, and USPS finishes first.