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Transition could create leadership void, report says

Key agencies stand to lose more than 10 percent of their top officials when next administration takes over.

Army officers warn of atrophy in critical skills

Internal report says service could face exodus of artillery officers.

Civil service honored with weeklong events in Washington

Agencies are showcasing their work on the National Mall this week to educate the public about government.

Acquisition workforce inches up in fiscal 2007

Government report says the number of employees handling contracting increased 4.4 percent.

Social Issues

Answers to some common questions about how Social Security fits in to the federal retirement process.

Subpanel votes to hike maximum dependent age for federal health benefits

Measure raises the maximum age of dependents eligible for the Federal Employees Health Benefits Plan from 22 to 25.

TSP posts solid returns in April

Three riskier funds rise in past month, but post losses over previous year.

GAO to launch employee diversity reforms in response to job performance report

Discrepancies in evaluations of African-American and Caucasian analysts persist and need to be addressed, independent research group concludes.

OMB aims to further streamline security clearance process

President Bush slated to issue executive order June 30.

Community of Caring

More flexibility for volunteer time can foster public service on and off the clock.