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White House takes appropriators to task on pay, TRICARE

Obama threatens to veto yet another spending bill that omits a civilian pay raise.

Romney all business about picking Cabinet

GOP presidential candidate says his lineup would emphasize private sector experience.

OPM Director John Berry

Uncle Sam seeks interns, fellows

New program to attract students and recent graduates starts Tuesday.

Washington monument may stay closed until 2014

Repairs have not yet begun, but could start this fall.

Obama wants partial tax cut extension now

The president seeks to re-up break for those earning less than $250,000 a year.

Labor Department tries a new way of releasing sensitive jobs data

Friday’s monthly rollout goes smoothly as modified new security safeguards are phased in.

The incredible shrinking American government

Federal agencies lost 52,000 jobs in the past year; local governments felt even more pain.

Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., sponsored the Senate version of the bill.

The price tag for a proposal to root out program duplication: $100 million

Cost of requiring agencies to track all programs would not be offset by any revenues, CBO says.

Programs for disabled job seekers are fragmented, repetitive, GAO finds

At least nine agencies provide related offerings , watchdog says.