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Californians vote in 2012 in Ventura County.

The Federal Voting Agency Republicans Want to Kill

GOP lawmakers argue the Election Assistance Commission, created in 2002, has outlived its usefulness. Democrats say that in the age of hacking, it’s needed now more than ever.

Agencies Could See Deeper, Faster Cuts Than Previously Contemplated

There are at least three possible budget scenarios in play.

President Trump signs executive orders on Jan. 23.

90-Day Federal Hiring Freeze Would Impact 19K Jobs, Consultant Estimates

Deltek VP "pretty bullish" on contracting under Trump given new defense spending.

Reaching viewers inside Vladimir Putin’s Russia is best accomplished through social media, VOA staff said.

VOA Serves New Russian-Language Fare to Counter Putin Info Diet

Current Time TV network taps cross-continental staff in Washington and Prague.

A New Approach to Fighting Fraud in Federal Benefits Programs

Agencies need a formal framework for detecting, preventing and managing fraud, waste and abuse.

Can the Education Department Be Killed With One Sentence?

Kentucky Republican introduces concise bill to abolish the department as it turns 40.

Sen. Richard Shelby, R-Ala., had blocked consideration of all Obama's nominees to the bank.

Long-in-Limbo Ex-Im Bank Welcomes Trump’s Sudden Support

At lunch with senators, president says Boeing CEO convinced him of its worth.

To Save Its Budget, the State Department is Defining Gender Equality as a National Security Issue

"Any effort to undermine the critical work that we have done would be foolhardy and shortsighted."

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