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Shutdown rhetoric carries risk, reward

Few Republicans appear eager to embrace actually closing the government.

Watchdog corrects report on improper political activity

Former USDA chief provides documentation to clear up several errors in a review that listed him among Bush officials who may have violated the Hatch Act.

Air Force general: Aging tankers wasting fuel

Service needed new tankers 'yesterday' to boost efficiency, leader of the U.S. Transportation Command says.

OPM launches online university for human resources managers

Website offers courses and career development resources across government for a price.


Feds rally against becoming scapegoats for fiscal woes

Union members march to the Capitol to deliver a petition asking Congress not to balance the budget by freezing pay and reducing the workforce.

GAO stands by for-profit college report

Study was the subject of congressional hearings and led to a spate of bad press for the industry.

Probe, probed: Office of Special Counsel under attack

Republicans are questioning the timing, objectivity and accuracy of a recently released report that found Bush administration officials violated the Hatch Act.

Tea partier wants to scrap Energy Department

GOP Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky introduced a bill that would move nuclear weapons programs to the Pentagon.

SEC chair says agency's frozen budget is hurting its core mission

Agency is struggling to keep up with new financial reform law mandates, as well as a growing workload under its existing responsibilities.

Watchdog: Electronic records database is at risk of serious delays, cost overruns

Agency disputes findings of schedule lapses and ballooning costs, but agrees with several recommendations for improving project management.