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Obama Names Chicago Survey Center Chief as Census Director

John Thompson served at the bureau more than two decades.

Older Feds Less Likely to Use Strengths at Work

In the private sector, youngest workers are least likely to use their strengths.

Head of IRS Exempt Organizations Division Placed on Administrative Leave

Fallout continues over the agency’s targeting of conservative groups.

Making Government Faster

Report highlights importance of measuring time for agency tasks.

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack

No Furloughs at Agriculture Through September

USDA becomes the latest department to get a reprieve from Congress.

Americans Still Like the Postal Service

Survey shows most want USPS to continue to deliver throughout the country.

“It’s wrong to force American families to fund the paychecks of federal employees who don’t feel like paying their taxes,” Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., said.

Bill to Keep Tax Cheats Out of Fed Workforce Introduced in Senate

Measure is similar to legislation that failed in the House in April.

The Steve Jobs Emails That Show How to Win a Hard-Nosed Negotiation

The emails provide an extraordinary view of a high-stakes battle between two leaders.

Don't Hold Your Breath Waiting for Public Opinion to Turn Against Obama

The president has a base of loyalists that won't quit and, at least for now, there's no evidence he was involved in any scandals.

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