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Todd Park, U.S. chief technology officer

Proposed Law Would Give U.S. Chief Technology Officer Oversight of Major IT Projects

The CTO’s office could manage the project itself or help the agency manage it.

Making the Most of Your Limited Engagement

Sam Berns left us with his 3-point philosophy for living a happy life.

Werfel Departs OMB Following Stint as Acting IRS Chief

Next career move undetermined, ex-controller says.

A sign indicating Recovery Act work was put up in Waukegan, Ill. in 2009.

Recovery Act Raised Accountability, GAO Says

Websites advanced transparency, though tracking outcomes remains elusive.

Richard M. Nixon gave the 1971 State of the Union speech on Jan. 22.

Who Said It, Obama or Nixon?

The answer will be both when Obama delivers a State of the Union speech that uses language of past presidents.

Creative Minds: Can Microbes Influence Mental Health?

Gut bacteria could be affecting your thought process.

A worker leaves after painting the ice in the Iceberg Skating Palace in Sochi Saturday.

U.S. Lacks Specific Plan to Evacuate Americans from Sochi

Officials stress general action plans are in place.

Senate GOP Leader Sets Up Another Debt Ceiling Fight

Mitch McConnell makes it clear he'll seek policy riders on measure to hike debt limit.

After Disclosing Employee Salaries, Buffer Was Inundated With Resumes

Buffer, a social media company, lets everyone know how its salary pie is divided.

Parcels are automatically sorted at the United States Postal Service Leslie N. Shaw Sr. Processing and Distribution Center in Los Angeles.

Postal Service Delays New Wave of Mail Processing Closures

Decision maintains current delivery standards, potentially avoiding more workforce reductions.

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