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USPS Realized Just 5 Percent of Projected Savings From Slowing Mail Delivery

The service changes were made to enable processing plant closures.

A Rare Peek Inside The FBI's Internal Video-Streaming Service

On-demand offerings from include "Active Shooter—Managing the Mass Casualty Threat," "Advancements in Maritime Intelligence" and "Bullying in the Workplace."

Despite Leadership Shake-Up, Transfer of OPM Services to GSA Remains in Doubt

Legal questions and a lack of “vision” for shifting many services threaten to prevent the renewed reorganization effort from becoming reality.

President Trump meets with GSA Administrator Emily Murphy and other administration officials on Jan. 24.

New Evidence Suggests Trump’s Coordination With GSA on FBI Headquarters Plan

Photo and emails following Oval Office meeting challenge GSA chief’s testimony to Congress.

Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev., speaks at a picnic for veterans in Las Vegas in April.

GOP Senator Pushed VA to Use Unproven 'Brainwave Frequency' Treatment

The Trump administration has welcomed experimental procedures for veterans’ mental health, even though doctors urge caution.

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., right, accompanied by the committee's ranking member, Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., talks to reporters, on Capitol Hill in 2017.

House Intelligence Committee Democrats Seek at Least a Partial Truce

If the Democrats take back the House in November, Congressman Adam Schiff says he’ll try to close a hyper-partisan divide on the House Intelligence Committee.

Improving Employee Engagement

I suggest that agencies look at their FEVS results from a different perspective.

Play of the Day: The President Has a 'Natural Instinct' For Science

Donald Trump explained to AP that his uncle was an MIT professor.

In this April 19, 2017 photo, U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis, center left, departs after his meeting with Saudi Arabia's Deputy Crown Prince and Defense Minister Mohammed bin Salman, center right, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

U.S. Military Leaders Keep Quiet on Saudi Arabia Amid Khashoggi Outrage

The Pentagon has long accepted Saudi abuses as the price of friendship. The latest won’t change that.