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Federal Leadership is on the Decline

New research sheds light on which agencies have the best, and worst, leadership.

Obama introduced Sylvia Matthews Burwell last month.

Budget Director Nominee Wants More Emphasis on Management

Sylvia Mathews Burwell lists improved efficiency and effectiveness among goals.

Mailing Experts Hit Capitol Hill as Lawmakers Negotiate Postal Reform

Industry reps differ on pricing but all agree reform is necessary.

Be Less Boring: The 4 Best Alternatives to PowerPoint

Reject "Death by PowerPoint" with these four dynamic tools.

Saving More, Duplicating Less: GAO Gets Specific With Agencies

Auditors find 31 new areas of agency overlap and potential savings.

The Obama budget will propose canceling the funding in the Agriculture appropriations bill for catfish inspections.  Currently catfish inspection is also handled by the FDA and the National Marine Fisheries Service.

Budget Will Propose Program Cuts, Consolidations to Save $25B

Plan to curb duplication and waste will 'go further' than past requests, official says.

Obama's Last Weapon in the Fight for Gun Regulations: Emotion

President makes another pitch for lawmakers to enact new restrictions.

What to Expect in Obama’s Budget

The White House is unveiling its 2014 spending plan on Wednesday.

New Era for Energy Department Expected Under a Secretary Moniz

Obama's nominee faces a Senate confirmation hearing Tuesday.

Retirement Claims Continue to Surge

OPM received more than double the number of new applications in March than it anticipated.

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