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“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.

Defense industry planning pre-sequestration layoff warnings

Contractors send notifications despite Labor Department guidance to the contrary.

Although they captured 129 tons of cocaine on its way to the U.S. last year, the Coast Guard thinks that close to 500 tons could now be making it through.

The feds can't catch the cartels' cocaine-filled submarines

The famously daring and elusive drug-running vessels have taken the Caribbean by storm.

Doug McCuistion, director of NASA's Mars Exploration Program

Mars mission director’s message to feds: Persevere

Patience and willingness to make hard decisions are critical, says Doug McCuistion.

No More Solyndras Act would cost $1 million over four years, CBO says

Bill to revamp Energy Department loan program also would hold guilty officials liable.

GSA spent $7.7 million on four years of virtual employee travel

Telework program aimed to save money by reducing office space.

Obama issued a presidential memorandum in December 2011 on the Better Buildings Initiative.

Analysis: Time for a Power Boost

Energy performance contracts can rack up savings without upfront costs.

A rig extracts crude oil from the Gulf of Mexico in 2010.

Isaac prompts loan from petroleum reserve

The Energy Department has loaned oil in similar, emergency-type situations eight previous times.

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