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Are Snow Days in Washington A Thing of the Past?

Telework is an increasingly important tool for agencies and employees during bad weather and other emergencies that trigger federal closures.

Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C., praised the decision to move forward with the change.

VA to Make It Easier For Camp Lejeune Vets to Get Disability Compensation

Department is working on final rules that recognize eight medical conditions associated with drinking water contamination at the Marine training base between 1953 and 1987.

Barack Obama spoke at the National Counterterrorism Center Thursday.

Obama Says of San Bernardino: 'We Are in a New Phase of Terrorism'

The president met with intelligence specialists at the National Counterterrorism Center on Thursday.

Retirement Modernization, Take Five

A Q&A with the CEO of the company hired to undertake the latest effort to automate federal retirement processing.

Spending Deal Keeps Feds, Troops on Track for 1.3 Percent Raise

A separate part of the agreement would nearly double the subsidy for transit-riding feds.

Jon Stewart, accompanied by Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N,Y., and New York City first responders speaks during a rally on Capitol Hill in September.

The Biggest Health-Care Winners in the Omnibus Deal

The package includes funding for NIH and 9/11 responders, and delays the “Cadillac Tax” on pricey health plans.

More Senior Executives Win Top Honors in 2015

Pentagon, NASA top list of Presidential Rank Award winners.

Obama Increases SES Performance Award Spending Cap

Executive order aimed at streamlining hiring comes as OMB gives first customer service awards.

Feds Likely to Receive First Mass Transit Benefit Boost in Two Years

Expected provision in tax package would nearly double subsidy for public transportation riders.