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Obama reorganization plan alive but not necessarily well

Senate action possible this summer, but GOP House may be less enthused.

Sen. Daniel Akaka, D-Hawaii, is among the lawmakers who requested the guidelines.

How to show Congress your program is working

GAO case studies stress agency communication with Capitol Hill staff.

USPS offers part-time work to retired postmasters

Weeks after buyout announcement, relief employees sought.

EPA, GSA perfect students of sustainability

Army Corps of Engineers flunks on OMB-mandated annual report card.

Pearlie Reed

Longtime Agriculture official steps down

Vilsack announces temporary replacement for Pearlie Reed.

A recently deported man waits for shelter assistance in Tijuana, Mexico.

U.S. will stop deporting young illegal immigrants

Obama administration will help them earn work permits instead.

Report: Geithner wanted Clinton as his replacement

The Treasury secretary wanted to move back to New York for his son's senior year in high school.

“Smart regulations save lives and dollars,” University of Chicago scholar Cass Sunstein wrote in a White House blog recently.

Is 'smart regulation' not?

Obama says he’s revolutionizing government; Romney says the president just wants more government.

Proposed change would make options clearer for wronged whistleblowers

Merit Systems Protection Board recommends sweeping overhaul of policies.

One Size Does Not Fit All

Effective delegation can take some tailoring.