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Energy Department Revs Up Controversial Loan Program

Expired fund that backed Solyndra resumes with broader focus, $8 billion budget.

Homeland Security cyber security analysts work in 2011.

More Than 1 in 5 Cyber Jobs Vacant at Key DHS Division

Security clearance wait times and relatively low pay are among the hiring obstacles cited.

Company That Vetted Snowden Also Ran Aaron Alexis's Background Check

Firm already was under a criminal investigation for 'routine' background check failures.

“Federal office space has not kept up with recent transformation in technology that has put mobile devices in our pockets,” GSA Administrator Dan Tangherlini told reporters.

How Exactly GSA Plans to Provide 1 Desk for Every 2 Employees

DHS, Agriculture and HHS also tout their workplace savings, thanks to telework and other efforts.

Timeline: Federal Employees Under Attack

The Navy Yard shooting serves as a reminder that even civilian federal jobs aren't always safe.

How VA is Making Progress in Reducing the Benefits Backlog

One factor: greater collaboration with veterans service organizations.

What Your Agency May Look Like in 2020

Will bulky buildings be a thing of the past?

John Boehner looks over the shoulder of then-House Speaker Newt Gingrich at a 1998 press conference.

Would a Government Shutdown Really Be All That Bad for Republicans? Yes

Conservatives now argue that the political consequences of stopping funding have been overstated. Survivors of the last major closure beg to differ.

Analysis: The Sequester Is a Disaster, and Congress's Next Move May Be Worse

From national parks to medical research, cuts are undermining what makes America great. Yet Republicans seem set on shutting down the government or even default.

White House Reminded of Pledge to Find a Presidential Rank Award Alternative

Senior execs group suggests inexpensive ways the administration could honor star performers.