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Jared Kushner and his wife Ivanka Trump attend a victory party in April.

Kushner Appointment Would Spark Showdown Over Federal Nepotism Laws

The president-elect reportedly will name his son-in-law as a senior White House adviser.

House Oversight and Government Reform Committee member Rep. Stephen Lynch, D-Mass.

Lawmakers Ask Trump to Reconsider Federal Hiring Freeze

In a letter to the President-elect, 106 Democrats say history demonstrates the tactic would actually increase government through the contractor workforce while decreasing accountability.

"If you hear something that sounds too good to be true, it probably is," HHS chief Sylvia Mathews Burwell said.

Departing HHS Chief Cautions Republicans Seeking Repeal of Obamacare

Burwell warns of “step backward” if still-undefined “replacement” fails three-part test.

Memo to the President: Rebuilding the Nation’s Infrastructure

The major impediment is not political but rather our governance structure.

VHA Failed To Recoup Nearly $800K in Employee Recruitment and Relocation Debt in Fiscal 2014

Watchdog dings Veterans Affairs for poor oversight of financial incentives to attract and keep top workers.

Trump spokesman Sean Spicer talks with reporters in the lobby of Trump Tower in New York.

Transition Is Ahead of Schedule, Says Trump Spokesman

Evaluation of candidates for deputy and undersecretary positions is ongoing, Spicer said.

Feeling Tired For No Reason? Time to Reset Your Circadian Clock

We each have an internal biological clock—a circadian clock—that organizes the internal and external activities of our body around the 24-hour day.

Does ‘Big Government’ Hurt Growth? It’s Not as Simple as That

That "big government" hurts growth has become received wisdom, leading many countries to austerity policies. New research shows it is a lot more complicated than that.

the US Consulate in Moscow.

Foreign Service Veterans Aren't Alarmed by Trump’s Recall of Envoys

But the President-elect’s edict to remove all politically appointed ambassadors by Jan. 20 is unusual.

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