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A passport applicant fills out forms in Los Angeles. Applications have spiked recently, requiring an increase in mandatory overtime at some State Department offices.

Despite Visits from 'Passport Pete,' Overtime Requirement Takes Toll on State Department Employees

With passport applications spiking, employees at offices around the country have been required to work an extra 20 hours a month.

IRS Commissioner John Koskinen testifies on Capitol Hill in June.

IRS Should Improve FOIA Document Retrieval, Watchdog Finds

Storing hard drives and laptops in multiple locations “is not a sustainable electronic recordkeeping solution," the IG said.

James Comey is Now Writing a Book About Ethical Leadership

The former FBI director was abruptly fired earlier this year.

The Most Hated Job In Government

Public affairs specialists are too often perceived as not just lazy, overpaid and incompetent, but also a gang of lying propagandists.

Fugitive Kentucky Social Security Fraudster Gets 12 Years in Prison

Exposure of $550 million scheme is a win in fight against improper payments.

Here’s What You Need To Know Now About U.S. Customs Searches Of Your Phone

A new letter from the agency is being spun as a victory for travelers—but it's not that simple.

How VA Reform Turned into a Fight Over Privatization

Democrats and service organizations worry that a Republican push to expand health-care choices for veterans will sap money from the ailing federal system.

Technology Is Setting Us Up For a Training Crisis

"If you've built a watch, you have a much better sense of how that watch works than if you bought it and read a manual."