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Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson

Treasury plan to create new government entity comes under question

Proposal would set up an organization that would buy troubled assets from financial institutions to prevent them from failing.

Car-Free Feds

GSA encourages federal employees to dump their cars on Sept. 22.

Women’s group broadens outreach efforts in federal hiring

FEW and Food Safety and Inspection Service pair up to recruit and train women.

Where to turn when the TSP tanks

A list of resources for anxious investors.

Reports show legislative branch agencies improving leadership diversity

Despite progress, House chairman and inspectors general say more should be done to boost number of minorities in the SES.

Top-notch civil servants lauded at black-tie gala

Awards recognize achievements in disaster planning, environmental protection, medicine, law and social justice.

Hiring is high on new OPM director’s agenda

Hager draws on private and public sector experience, calls for greater accountability.

Gulf Coast hurricanes drain federal charity of resources

Organization is bracing itself for $1.5 million in additional requests.

As Wall Street scrambles, TSP plans for upgrades and emergencies

Board chairman praises staff for keeping costs low in fiscal 2009 budget.

The presidential hopefuls greet during a forum at Columbia University on Thursday.

Candidates stress need to restore faith in government

Americans would be more inclined toward public service if they were confident federal agencies were effective, McCain and Obama say.