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Senator Lamar Alexander, Republican of Tennessee.

How Republicans Might 'Repair' Obamacare Before Repealing It

Most GOP lawmakers want to demolish the health law right away. Senator Lamar Alexander wants to rescue it first.

When Government Employees Pose a Threat to Security and Safety

Agencies have made significant progress in managing potential threats from within their ranks.

IRS chief John Koskinen

Group of House Republicans Implores Trump to Fire IRS Chief

But White House stays silent as Treasury secretary nominee nears confirmation vote.

Trump Reportedly Considering Prominent Neoconservative for No. 2 State Dept. Job

Appointment would be somewhat surprising for both Abrams and the president.

FCC chief Ajit Pai speaks during a 2015 hearing on net neutrality.

Trump's FCC Chief Wastes No Time Changing Agency Direction

Flurry of new rules draws counter-arguments from Obama appointee.

  Andrew Puzder speaks at the 2016 FreedomFest in Las Vegas.

President Trump's Missing Labor Secretary

While other Cabinet picks move through the Senate, Andrew Puzder's nomination has stalled. Will he ever get confirmed?

You Can’t Manage What You Can’t Message

Clarifying and repeating the your organization’s purpose keeps everyone focused.

EPA headquarters in Washington.

EPA Employees Using Encryption Apps May Violate Records Laws

Conservative transparency group has filed a FOIA request for all records created or received by any agency employee using Signal.

VA Has No Way of Knowing How Much It Spends on Employees’ Union Activity

The department’s official time data is "unreliable," GAO says.

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