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Customs and border chief faces scrutiny over household staff

Alan Bersin did not maintain proper employment forms for employees, Senate investigators report.

GOP appropriators urge IRS bumps be left out of budget resolution

Increases for enforcement programs would be tantamount to earmarks since they would be set aside for specific purposes, Republicans argue.

Interior will restructure Minerals Management Service

Reorganization would create an independent safety and environmental enforcement entity.

Proposal would expand contractor performance database

Records would stay in the system for one decade and would include incidents not directly related to federal work.

Senators introduce earmark database bill

Proposal answers State of the Union request for a single website listing prospective directed spending so taxpayers can follow the money.

Private employees face barriers entering the federal workforce, observers say

Most external applicants don’t understand how to navigate the government’s complicated hiring process.

From Nextgov.com: Treatment program agency shows how a dashboard can work

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration tracks in near real time the results of state and local efforts to inform federal officials and Congress -- and soon the public.

The Anti-Everything Mood

Voter frustration with Washington has reached the boiling point.

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Obama chooses executive branch veteran for Supreme Court slot

Elena Kagan would be the first justice in almost 40 years who has never served as a judge.

Watchdog calls for drug-marketing scrutiny

Concerns include whether adequate safeguards exist to protect people if firms use personal information to target drug-related online ads at consumers.