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Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., chairman of the Oversight and Government Reform panel, on Tuesday sent a letter to the attorney for Lois Lerner, the since-departed head of the Exempt Organizations division, recalling her to testify.

Democrats: The IRS Probe Has Cost Taxpayers $14 Million So Far

Price tag includes employee compensation, travel and IT upgrades.

Managing Tight Budgets—California Style

How the economic downturn set the stage for government innovation.

Former President George W. Bush

Exhibit to Showcase New Works by George W. Bush

Some of the 43rd president's never-before-seen paintings will be featured in early April at his presidential library in Dallas.

The Real Challenge for Women Is Leaning Out

One writer argues that we should combat the culture of long hours and intensive parenting by just doing less. Can it work?

Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius

Obamacare Enrollment Results Will Come Down to the Wire

The latest numbers indicate the health care law could sign up 7 million people by the March deadline.

The request would be "dead on arrival on Capitol Hill," acting Deputy Defense Secretary Christine Fox said Tuesday at a defense budget conference in Washington.

The Pentagon's Push to Close Bases Is 'Dead on Arrival'

A top Defense official said the department is already hearing that its request is doomed.

Agencies Open in Washington With Unscheduled Leave

Employees may take unscheduled telework as well.

Top Pentagon Official: Military 'Cried Wolf' Over Sequestration

The Defense Department is planning to change its messaging in the struggle over spending cuts.

Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif.

IT Reform Bill Passes House

A similar bill is pending in the Senate.

Is a Public-Private Partnership Right for Your Project?

While private investors take on much of the risk, there are drawbacks to consider.

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