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Trump’s Justice Department Won't Use Outside Experts to Improve Forensics

This after a group of criminologists asked Jeff Sessions to champion science.

Appointee Watch: The Trump Administration Takes Shape

After a slow start, the president is starting to fill more executive positions across government.

AFGE Local 704 union President Michael Mikulka speaks as EPA workers protest job cuts during rally in Chicago on March 2.

Trump’s EPA Consolidation Begins

One career employees says staff feel as if they are ‘in occupied territory.’

Budget Director Mick Mulvaney speaks about the Trump Administration's budget proposal March 16.

OMB Staffs Up as Trump Team Preps Agencies for Budget Cuts

The White House is expected to issue new guidance on reductions later this week.

One of the first of the 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles the U.S. launched from the USS Ross and USS Porter in the Mediterranean at Shayrat Airfield in Syria.

Here’s What U.S. Missiles Hit At the Syrian Airbase

And why Shayrat Airfield’s runways weren’t one of the targets.

Sen. James Lankford, R-Okla., has introduced the bill every Congress since 2011.

Senator’s Bill Requiring Posting of Program Costs Might Itself Be Costly

Lankford’s Taxpayer Right to Know Act would cost $18 million from 2018-2020, CBO says.

The Path to Better Management of Government’s Huge Programs

A new law guides the way to delivering on large-scale change initiatives.

Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., said two troubling areas in the survey results concern employee involvement and empowerment and management leadership.

Small Agency Takes Heat for Steep Drop in Employee Satisfaction Scores

House Oversight subcommittee gives management at the Surface Transportation Board 45 days to come up with a plan to improve relations with the rank-and-file.

Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., is one of the sponsors of legislation to ban the box on federal employment applications.

Republicans and Democrats Look to Preserve, Expand Obama Hiring Rule

Reform would give ex-felons better chance at federal employment.

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