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The FAA Would Like Amazon to Stop Sending Packages That Could Combust

The FAA alleges that Amazon’s shipment was not packaged properly, nor was it labeled for hazardous materials.

Sen. John McCain wants to reorganize the Pentagon’s acquisition bureaucracy.

This Is No Way to Fix Defense Acquisition

The Senate’s plan, as spelled out in the defense authorization bill, could actually make things worse.

Federal and local law enforcement officials on Monday walk to the scene of the June 12 mass shooting at a nightclub in Orlando.

Groups For and Against Gun Control Praise ATF, FBI Handling of Orlando Shooting

“We’re going to look hard at our own work to see whether there is something we should have done differently,” FBI Director James Comey said.

Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, is one of the lawmakers working to keep the competitive sourcing ban in place.

Senate Looks Likely to Support Easier Outsourcing at the Pentagon

Unions, White House and lawmakers in both parties are still pushing back.

Director of National Intelligence James Clapper has asked intelligence agencies to bring him ideas on improving recruitment.

In a First, Intel Community Publishes Its Diversity Numbers

Progress is shown in minority advancement, but percentages still trail other agencies.

George Voinovich, the Rare Politician Who Fought for Better Management

Former GOP senator, who died over the weekend, was a steadfast defender of federal employees.

The Real Problem With Inflated Performance Evaluations

Any other management practice this intensely disliked—and flawed—would be scrapped.

The Hell of Applying for Government Benefits

One mother’s story of trying to get federal assistance for her premature daughter shows the desperate state of the Social Security Administration.

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray testifies on the Hill.

Consumer Protection Bureau Spends More on Ads Than Most Other Agencies

CFPB is still under attack from Republican lawmakers, who see it as too aggressive.

Trump: Obama Was Maybe Involved in the Orlando Shooting

The Republican nominee has called on the president to resign and implied in no uncertain terms that President Obama may have been implicated in the massacre at a gay bar.

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