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President Obama's choice to lead the Pentagon, Chuck Hagel

Chuck Hagel on key Defense issues

Nominee speaks on the workforce, leadership, budget, contracting and more.

TSA’s bomb-sniffing dogs could be doing more, report finds

The canines are absent at the highest-risk airports, GAO says.

Seven ways to look at US Energy Secretary Steve Chu’s resignation and legacy

The Nobel-prize-winning physicist symbolized the Obama administration’s belief in science.

Procurement chief: Government shops as if it were ‘130 mid-sized businesses’

Jordan and GSA officials tout strategic sourcing to wary contractors.

Alleged TSA favoritism and hostile work environment under probe

EEOC’s investigation follows critical IG report.

Telework group expands into broader mobility issues

BYOD strategies will be part of the remade organization's portfolio.

5 ways the next U.S. Secretary of Transportation will be forced to follow Ray LaHood's lead

Whoever takes over next at the Transportation Department will head an agency in the midst of seismic transitions.

Flu virus quickly infects healthy tissues, as seen in this tissue culture sample.

U.S. to finalize avian flu funding policy in weeks

Global pause took effect last January after bioterrorism fears caused a panel to recommend more studies.

Carly Fiorina

'Technophobic' Washington drags down government innovation, Carly Fiorina says

Former Pentagon, Silicon Valley executives explore barriers to agency change.