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Senate to weigh measure delaying postal facility closures

Amendment to reform bill up for debate this week also would encourage creative suggestions for getting USPS out of the red.

Transparency or 'fishing'? Demand for agency conference data questioned

Issa call to 23 departments for 7 years of documents raises eyebrows.

One-time critic tapped to head Defense Intelligence Agency

Pentagon nominates Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn as its next intelligence chief.

Three Questions They Should Have Asked at GSA

The GSA scandal story has taken off, I think, because most of us cannot believe that any federal manager would approve a budget that included $8,000 for a mind reader, $75,000 for a bicycle building team building exercise and $44 a person breakfasts.

FBI needs long-term plan for counterterrorism vacancies, watchdog says

Targeted recruitment and other incentives have helped, GAO finds.

Former PBS Commissioner Robert Peck says he is ‘deeply troubled and disappointed’ by 2010 event’s excessive costs.

Las Vegas conference billed as the exception to the rule

Despite assurances the event was an ‘aberration,’ GOP lawmaker warns he is prepared to pull GSA apart to see if the agency is ‘needed at all.’

Former GSA official Jeff Neely.

GSA report 'just the tip of the iceberg,' Issa says

Jeff Neely 'may be facing prison time' for taking the Fifth Amendment at a hearing.

Former GSA Administrator Martha Johnson and Jeff Neely, a regional commissioner, are sworn in at a hearing Monday.

GSA leaders apologize for spending at Las Vegas conference

Regional Commissioner Neely pleads Fifth Amendment at hearing; ex-Administrator Johnson explains resignation.

New ad campaign won't save the Postal Service

USPS having a hard time finding a new ad agency to make snail mail seem cool again.

GSA official declines to testify; IG looking into bribery, kickbacks

Jeffrey Neely 'respectfully declines' to comment at Issa hearing.