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Survey says only 2.3 percent of college students want federal jobs

Government should overhaul its pay system to help generate more interest in vacancies, nonprofit says.

Head of Postal Regulatory Commission traveled much as USPS struggled financially, the Post reports

Ruth Goldway spent more than $70,000 and hundreds of days on the road, the paper says.

Syrians have protested in Damascus' main square.

U.S. withdraws staff from Syrian embassy

Deteriorating Syrian security situation shows 'Assad is losing control of the country,' U.S. official says.

Obama: We are moving 'in the right direction'

President touts his administration's accomplishments in the face of a gridlocked Congress during NBC interview.

Joseph Jordan at an Office of Personnel Management ceremony in March 2011

White House names new procurement policy chief

Joseph Jordan is a former contracting official at the Small Business Administration.

Deputy secretaries cite their proudest accomplishments

Panel examines challenges facing politically appointed chief operating officers.

How To Deliver Better Feedback

Rypple's Nick Stein explains his company and gives some tips for giving – and getting – effective feedback.

Rep. Mick Mulvaney, R-S.C.

House Republican seeks to curb 'deceitful' subcontracting

Bill is aimed at fighting unjustified insourcing in federal procurement.

Romney bashes announcement on Afghan troop withdrawal

He says unveiling the date 'makes absolutely no sense.'