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Former Procter and Gamble executive Robert McDonald, President Barack Obama's nominee as the next Veterans Affairs secretary

The Four Biggest Challenges the Next VA Secretary Faces

McDonald will inherit a scandal-plagued department with few easy fixes.

The Downside of Not Exhausting a $6 Billion Cyber Contract

Agencies are partially taking advantage of a bulk-price deal to automate network threat-tracking.

President Obama Announces Plan to 'Fix As Much of Our Immigration System As I Can'

In a Monday statement from the White House, the president laid out a path for executive action.

Customer Satisfaction Is Hitting New Lows, But Government Can Help

Raising the procurement bar isn’t just good for business.

A CBP vehicle patrols the Arizona/Mexico border in 2011.

Homeland Security Advised to Put Agency Border Assignments in Writing

Watchdog report on faulty resource allocation comes during child refugee crisis in Southwest.

Supreme Court Sides With Hobby Lobby to Weaken Obamacare Mandate

The high court said companies don’t have to cover birth control if it violates their religious beliefs.

Astronauts Steve Swanson, Alexander Gerst, and Reid Wiseman smile after Gerst shaved the Americans' heads.

NASA Astronauts Lose World Cup Bet–and Their Hair

A German astronaut did the honors after his country’s 1-0 win over the USMNT.

"I believe it is my obligation to provide the leadership and stewardship needed to ensure we grow the kind of organization that the dedicated, hardworking, professional public servants at EPA deserve,” EPA's Gina McCarthy said.

EPA to Congress: Help Us Fire Misbehaving Employees

Agency’s firing rate has consistently stayed below governmentwide figures.

The Talent Your Organization Needs May Already Be on the Payroll

Though executives say that their most important asset is their people, they don’t tap into the knowledge that their employees who do the work have about both the problems and the solutions they face every day.

Expanded Intel Whistleblower Bill Headed to the President

Advocates praise 'first enforceable' rights for workers at secret agencies.