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Meteorologists ask lawmakers for a weather commission

Proposed center would advise policymakers on setting priorities.

New federal contracting jobs site launches

Website aims to connect recent feds with companies.

The compound where it is believed al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden lived in Abbottabad, Pakistan.

Pentagon: Don't tweet about the former SEAL's Bin Laden book

The Defense Department has issued employee guidelines on handling the tell-all.

Senate delays STOCK Act for senior execs

Bill postpones online publication of feds’ finances until Dec. 8.

“To the extent that our universities can help by making sure our graduates are rich in these skills, the more effective our future government will be,” OPM's John Berry said.

Officials address the coming wave of federal retirements

Human capital planning more essential than ever, lawmakers told.

Federal judge halts enforcement of controversial STOCK Act provision

Affected federal employees get a second extension on disclosing financial information.

Bill to stop vets from falsifying military honors passes House

The Supreme Court struck down the 2006 version of the law in June.

“The Heritage Foundation’s attempt to mislead the public and denigrate the work of public employees is all part of their campaign to dismantle vital government services," AFGE President J. David Cox said.

Feds fight back against claim they work less

Report doesn’t account for overtime disparities, critics note.

The 2012 Sammies finalists.

Washington gives props to feds at annual awards gala

Nonprofit group honors civil servants for wide-ranging work in medicine, transportation safety, and law enforcement.

Rep. Charles Boustany Jr., R-La., is a key critic of the law.

IRS defends implementation of health care law

Deputy commissioner tells GOP critical number of staff involved is 859.

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