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New continuing resolution shows GOP’s strong hand

Plan could be considered by the full House as soon as Tuesday.

Is D.C. prepared for a tsunami?

Complicating a mass evacuation would be various emergency contingency plans put in place by the federal government.

SEC told to reorganize and live within its means

House hearing on conflict-of-interest charges involving former general counsel leaves agency battling for public trust and increased funding.

Jeffrey Zients, government’s chief performance officer, links 'winning the future' to improving business support.

White House officially begins government reorganization

Presidential memo directs top aides to look for ways to reduce duplication in trade and export agencies.

Corporate leaders advise government on personnel, contracting issues

The new Management Advisory Board is working with the White House on operational management issues.

Government uses new and old media to get its message out after Japan disaster

Press conferences, Twitter help agencies disseminate information on tsunami effects in the U.S.

Elite U.S. counterterror forces facing cuts

Resources are heavily taxed by the operational tempo in Afghanistan and Pakistan, officials said.

Dems still looking for path on spending

Both the House-passed Republican and the Senate Democratic budget plans, as predicted, failed in the Senate on Wednesday.

Wisconsin Senate limits collective-bargaining rights of public unions

A conference committee stripped all of the spending measures out of the bill and sent it back to the Senate.

Report: Innovation in developing leaders is crucial in a time of tight resources

Leadership development should be narrow and focused on specific qualities, observers say.