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Watchdog: Government Still Has Big Financial Management Problems

Despite some improvements, GAO cites weaknesses in auditing defense and entitlement spending.

How to Break the Routine and Spur Innovation

You're never too busy to think outside the box.

Everyone Won the Government Shutdown

It's getting hard to find a political figure who didn't come out ahead, 150 days later and counting.

Stray Dogs: How ATF Agents Lose Their Guns

They've done so at nearly double the rate of their FBI counterparts, often due to simple carelessness.

Does a Republican Budget Put Paul Ryan in a Jam?

A spending plan could help or hurt House Republicans—and it looks like they're going to find out which it will be.

Report: Agencies Should Learn to Share

Tight budgets and an increasingly complex world make collaboration on delivering services more important than ever, officials say.

Rep. Steny Hoyer addressed NTEU members on Capitol Hill Thursday.

Union Brings ‘Fair Pay’ Pep Rally to Capitol

Maryland and Virginia lawmakers vow to fight pay cuts, fed bashing.

Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont.

Senator To Focus on Federal Employee Pay, Morale

Montana Democrat Jon Tester calls Obama’s 1 percent pay raise proposal insufficient.

The Pentagon Has to Learn a New Language: English

To communicate the effects of budget cuts, officials will now try to avoid both "Pentagon-speak" and hyperbole.