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Interior’s reorganization after Gulf oil spill falls short

Persistent challenges to gauging risks hampers quality of offshore oversight, GAO says.

A rural post office in Markham, Va.

USPS to begin cutting hours at 13,000 post offices

Plan unveiled in May launches next week.

CFC - 50 Commission holds its inaugural meeting on September 13, 2011.

Uncle Sam’s annual giving campaign launches Sept. 1

Reforms to the charitable program could be on the way.

Romney leaves Tampa to seek veterans’ votes in Indiana

Candidate addresses American Legion audience before returning to GOP convention.

Exclusive Preview: Honoring the best public servants of 2012

What often gets lost amid the headlines and political chatter is what the government accomplishes.

Generate commitment by following through on yours

Leading by example is never out of style--especially when you're actually committed.

Excellence is not an act, but a habit

For almost thirty years now, the concept of “excellence in government” has served as an aspiration in the federal community – actively championed by various organizations and officials.

Secret Service gun inadvertently left In Romney plane lavatory

Romney has traveled with Secret Service protection since early February.

Government is ramping up document declassifications

More than 200 million pages still await review, Archives says.

Analysis: Why Republicans need to get FEMA right

Americans have come to see the federal government as essential to disaster relief.