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The report on a law that has long been resisted by the business community was requested by Rep. Peter DeFazio, D-Ore., (pictured) and Sen. Edward Markey, D-Mass.

It's Hard to Know How Much Agencies Are Spending on Environmental Impact Analyses

GAO notes differences in efforts to weigh costs and benefits of requirements under a 1969 law.

The Fight Over the Bundy Cows Will End as Civics 101, Not Fort Sumter II

Government is bringing its legal powers to bear on rancher who initiated an armed stand-off with BLM.

How 'Monsters, Inc.' Met Priority Goals

What agencies can learn from Pixar about effective progress reviews.

Advocacy Group Wants Obama to Issue Even More Executive Orders

The president should use his authority to bypass the gridlocked Congress on 15 additional issues, group suggests.

Should the IRS Outsource Collection of Tax Debt?

Congress is considering bills to require the use of private sector companies.

OMB Deputy Director for Management Beth Cobert

Obama Management Chief Sees Opportunity to Build on Contracting Successes

Beth Cobert tells contractors they are patriotic partners with federal employees.

Our Cubicles, Ourselves: How the Modern Office Shapes American Life

How did we come to work in spaces that make us so miserable?

Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan

Commentary: Why HUD Is Far From Turning Around

Employees are powered by more than just mission. What about dignity and respect?