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State Department’s training program taken to task

GAO cites need for a more systematic and data-driven approach at hearing in which possibility of budget cuts loomed large.


The rocky road to reorganization, from Nixon to Obama

Management experts argue that overhauls of government usually fail and rarely result in cost savings.

OMB not moving to implement ‘high road’ contracting policy

Heather Higginbottom, nominated as OMB’s deputy director, tells a Senate panel the controversial proposal isn't currently moving forward.

Some tax preparers continue to resist the IRS e-filing system

Agency’s target is for 80 percent of returns to be filed electronically.

Kerry, McConnell whack budget adversaries on seriousness

Democrat says cuts could slow down economic recovery.

AWOL over? Wisconsin Dems reportedly ask to meet with Gov. Walker

Returning to the state would allow the Republican-controlled chamber to pass the bill.

OPM seeks feedback on new internship program

Details of Pathways still under consideration, officials say.

GSA strives to be ‘green proving ground’ for net-zero energy use

Agency wants to serve as model of what works in creating sustainable facilities, senior official tells Nextgov .

Janet Napolitano says agency is 'decreasing administration and overhead.'

DHS awards fewest noncompetitive contracts ever

The department also manages these contracts better but could still improve documentation, IG finds.

Lawmakers criticize military funeral protesters

Senators say the Westboro Baptist Church members are abusing free speech rights.