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IRS Gets the Tab for $140 Meals, Porn and 'Decorative' Items

Agency should improve controls on purchase cards, audit finds.

American University students Sharon Burk, left, and Molly Wagner, embrace outside the Supreme Court in Washington.

DOMA Ruling Allows Feds to Share Benefits With Same-Sex Spouses

Justice Department to ‘work expeditiously’ to implement Supreme Court ruling.

Analysis: What Small-Government Fans Should Learn From Walmart

Cheaper often isn't the same as better government.

3 Ways to Build Trust Between SESers and Political Appointees

Building trust takes time--try these tips to speed it up.

Does USPS Need $624 Million for New Cars?

Budget request would mark a 22,000 percent increase; was rejected last year.

Army Announces Force Reductions, Future Civilian Cuts

Service will drop 80,000 troops by fiscal 2017, with ‘commensurate civilian drawdown.’

The Myth of the Cool Office

What sound like the best perks ever often aren't.

‘Lead by Example,’ Obama Says in Push for Greener Federal Buildings

Targets set as part of larger plan to address climate change.

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