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The Cheapest Contract Isn’t Always the Best, Acquisition Officials Say

Employees need more training to determine the appropriate type of contract to achieve innovation.

Chicago uses open 311 for a map of dog parks in the city.

Mapping a More Participatory Government

From federal spending to broken streetlights, layered data helps citizens.

A manhole cover sits at the site of the Hadnot Point Well No. 602 at Camp Lejeune, N.C., in 2013

Health Agency Chief Resigns After Clash With Marines Over Camp Lejeune Problems

Tense email exchanges and a Capitol Hill meeting preceded Tanja Popovic's sudden and quiet resignation.

Take This Pledge: I Will Not Hire the Unqualified Children of My Friends as Interns

A lack of diversity and a lack of competitiveness are encouraged when interns are hired by such networking.

Creative Minds: Making Sense of Stress and the Brain

Our ‘fight or flight’ impulse can do lasting damage.

Emergency Response to Los Angeles TSA Shooting Faulted

Report on 2013 fatal attack renews AFGE call for arming airport security officers.

Generational Divide? What Generational Divide?

Young leaders span the ages to solve government's challenges.

Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif.

Republican Accuses White House of Possible Hatch Act Violations

Obama’s reopening of political office to prepare for mid-term elections is criticized by House oversight panel chairman.

Xavier's Dee Davis shoots against North Carolina State's Beejay Anya in the first round of the NCAA tournament Tuesday.

Feds: Put That NCAA Bracket Away and Get Back to Work

Federal employees could jeopardize their careers by participating in March Madness.

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