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IRS chief John Koskinen said, "This is a good development for our tax system."

IRS Finds the Money to Recruit 600 to 700 Enforcement Employees

Commissioner tells staff of “first significant hiring in five years.”

The phone is outdated technology and robocalls are unpopular.

If Zika Becomes a National Crisis, Americans Want to Hear From Government -- Just Not on the Phone

A new survey shows people prefer to receive information about a national health emergency via the Internet and television.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump holds a primary night news conference in Indiana.

With Vote for Trump, Indiana Spurns its Conservative Roots

If Ted Cruz was going to win anywhere, it was in the Hoosier State. Instead he got knocked out of the race.

Bernie Sanders Gets a Boost in Indiana

The Democratic U.S. presidential candidate secured a win over Hillary Clinton when he desperately needed it.

To Deal With Poor Performers, You Need Will and Skill

As the workforce has grown savvier and more litigious, government managers have had a hard time finding reliable HR expertise.

Could OPM's Latest Hiring Initiative Actually Make a Difference?

The agency wants to fix the "broken relationship" between front-line supervisors and HR professionals.

Hillary Clinton testifies before the House Benghazi Committee. The committee is slated to release a final report this summer.

Singed by the Benghazi Dispute, This Ex-Fed Is Laying Low

Former State official might find himself back in the public eye when House committee’s report comes out this summer.

Sgt. 1st Class Kristina Martinelli evacuates a casualty at the obstacle course in 2015.

A Twist in the Fight for Women in the Military

One Republican’s attempt stop the integration of women into the military might end up making them eligible for the draft.

How Government Leaders Have Handled Downsizing and Other Big Changes

Engaging the workforce in every step of the transformation process is critical, says one agency head.