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Postal Groups Call for End to After-Dark Mail Deliveries

In light of letter carrier’s murder, unions and activists say nighttime mail distribution is too dangerous.

How to Review Your Agency’s FedView Results

Identifying ways to improve amidst waning employee morale.

Obama's Travel Dropped Sharply in 2013

President's visits to Ohio and other politically important states fell dramatically in 2013, and no one seems really unhappy about that.

 House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan and Senate Budget Committee Chairwoman Patty Murray

Congress Faces a Stark Choice: Sequester or Shutdown

The political dilemma boils down to this: either accept a second round of deep cuts or risk another closure of government.Alb

The Best Way to Fix HealthCare.gov? Scrap It and Start Over.

Former government tech consultant says a total rebuild would be most effective solution.

Appointment-palooza in the Senate? Don't Bet on It

Liberals shouldn't expect the 'nuclear option' to end Senate obstruction of Obama's nominees.

Labor Eases Some Workplace Rules, but Fails to Impress Business Group

Moves track Obama initiative to ease obsolete or burdensome regulations.

How Mission Delivery Has Evolved Over 25 Years

How mission support functions have changed and evolved over time.

Acting IRS Commissioner Danny Werfel

Treasury Unveils New Criteria for Gauging Nonprofit Political Activity

Proposed rule aims to clarify grey area at heart of IRS scandal.

Think Tanks Duel Over Easing Sequestration

New progressive plan would count debt reduction from fiscal cliff deal toward sequester goals.

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