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There’s a Limit to Doing More With Less, And Many Feds Have Reached It

Eighty-five percent of government leaders believe their workload will increase, but only 20 percent think their resources will keep pace.

Christopher Wray, Trump's pick for FBI director, speaks at a Justice Department press conference in 2005.

Appointee Watch: An FBI Director Nominee, Defense Picks and More

Latest movement comes amid debate over whether vacant positions are hamstringing the Trump administration.

National Guard Whistleblower Wins Vindication from Pentagon Watchdog

Advocates hail a rare reversal by the Defense Department’s inspector general.

The Questions Sessions Left Unanswered

Testifying on Capitol Hill Tuesday, the attorney general defended himself against what he called “scurrilous and false allegations” related to Russia. But he repeatedly refused to answer senators’ queries.

“The VA needs real reform, and this bill helps get that done," said House Speaker Paul Ryan.

Major Civil Service Reform Bill Heads to Trump’s Desk

House follows Senate in passing measure to speed up the firing of VA employees.

Treasury Managers Stress Teamwork in Major Information Technology Upgrade

Cloud services award will come Wednesday amid Trump budget uncertainty.

Rod Rosenstein: I Have Not Seen 'Good Cause' to Fire Robert Mueller

The deputy attorney general told lawmakers the special counsel handling the Russia investigation has “full independence.”

Federal Recruiting Could Get Even Harder With Loan Program's Demise

Education Department says Trump proposal would not affect current enrollees in the public service loan forgiveness program.

ICE acting Director Thomas Homan said his agents are "unfairly vilified for simply trying to do their jobs."

Trump Administration to Undocumented Immigrants: 'You Should Be Worried'

DHS officials defend controversial tactics and proposals, tout hiring progress.