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Acting OMB Director Russell Vought issued the memo updating 2002 guidance on the Information Quality Act.

White House's Push for More Oversight of Agency Data Has Some Scientists Concerned

OMB wants to make more agency data public, peer reviewed and reproducible.

Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, is one of the critics of OPM's proposed requirement.

White House: Proposed Hiring Rule Was Meant to Help, Not Hurt Ex-Offenders Seeking Federal Jobs

Administration seeks to clarify intent of proposed requirement that applicants disclose participation in pretrial diversion programs, amid outcry.

Military Services Fall Short in Responding to Domestic Violence on Bases

Watchdog finds inconsistencies in reporting and documentation.

State Department IG Steve Linick released his work plan this week.

State Department Watchdog to Report Soon on Reorganization, Alleged Political Harassment

Linick’s work plan promises results this year on investigation of former Secretary Rex Tillerson’s aborted restructuring.

GAO is Wrong: Job Classification Cannot Be Fixed

It is the most antiquated and bureaucratic of all federal HR practices.

A U.S. Air Force F-35 Joint Strike Fighter flies at an air show in Melbourne, Florida.

Lockheed, Frustrated with US Air Force, Eyes Foreign F-35 Sales

The service’s proposed purchase of Boeing F-15s has the company increasing its sales efforts on Capitol Hill, and elsewhere.

Immigration activists rally outside the Supreme Court on Tuesday.

What the Supreme Court Said About the 2020 Census Citizenship Question

In oral arguments, conservative justices asked about data science, while liberals asked what the citizenship question was really for.

Trump's Defiance of Congress Leaves Democrats With a New Dilemma

The president is openly defying Congressional subpoenas.