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Where Leadership Goes to Die

A place where self-interest and self-promotion are paramount. Any guesses?

B. Todd Jones appeared before the Senate in June.

ATF Get Its First Confirmed Director in 7 Years

Senate approval of Todd Jones pleases agency alumni, gun control groups.

No, NSA Leaks Weren't Due to Sequestration

Snowden's father blames the budget cuts.

Bills Targeting IRS Workers, Conference Spending Win House Approval

Proposals will move to Senate after winning bipartisan support in the lower chamber.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington D.C.

USDA Paid $36 Million to a Lot of Dead People

GAO report reveals improper payments to thousands of deceased farmers.

Military Services Ditch Racy Magazines

Army and Air Force exchanges pull <em>Playboy</em> and 890 other pubs due to lagging sales.

Construction on the Saint Elizabeth's site has been ongoing.

Coast Guard Moves to New Site as DHS Headquarters Remain in Budget Limbo

‘We’ve now reached the promised land,’ Coast Guard chief says of St. Elizabeths.

How Non-Profits and Think Tanks Are Pushing Government to Better Leverage Data

The tools, techniques and ideas independent groups are using to make government better.

Get Your SAVE Award Ideas in Now

Eighty past suggestions became part of president’s budgets, OMB says.

Why Mega-Projects Always End Up Costing More Than Expected

The people who predict the cost of urban mega-projects do a terrible job.

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