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Sylvia Mathews Burwell late Tuesday instructed agency heads to update their contingency plans in a memo.

OMB Puts Agencies on Stand-By for Possible Shutdown

Budget director says 'there’s still enough to time' to prevent lapse in appropriations.

Pentagon Should Set Priorities for Industrial Base, Says Analyst

Budget cuts without planning risk loss of vital contractor capability.

Report Says Budget Cuts Led to Security Lapses at Navy Yard

Convicted felons received unauthorized installation access, audit finds.

What is the Future of the Postal Service?

GovExec's Eric Katz explains the mail agency's problems... and its proposed solutions.

The survey respondents professed faith in technological tools such as data analytics to help assess risk and curb waste, fraud and abuse.

Inspectors General Worried by Tight Budgets, Sequestration

First-ever survey of IG community reveals hope for gains from new technology.

Police line the gate of the Navy Yard Tuesday.

Washington Navy Yard to Remain Closed Tuesday

Only essential personnel will be allowed into the complex as shooting investigation continues.

Social Security May Have Overpaid Disability Claims by $1.29 Billion

GAO auditors found 36,000 possibly ineligible recipients, though SSA disputes methodology.

6 Ways to Think Like a Wise Person

What the wisest people do differently than the rest.

White House Has a Roach Problem

Pests are nothing new in a building that is 213 years old--and roaches aren't the worst of it.

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