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Agencies Could Weed Out Poor Managers Early, But They Rarely Do

Just seven out of every 1,000 new supervisors failed the probationary period, MSPB found.

Senate Panel Advances OPM Director Nominee Despite Questions About Her Leadership

Dale Cabaniss’s nomination to lead the federal government’s HR agency was approved mostly along party lines.

Ignoring Trump’s Orders, Hoping He’ll Forget

Slow-walking or flat-out disobeying Trump’s fleeting obsessions has become common practice across various sectors of government.

John Kennedy shakes hands with one of the first Peace Corps volunteers in 1961

Buttigieg’s Call For Universal Public Service Would Mark a Big Departure From Historically Small Volunteer Programs

No matter how well-intentioned, volunteers who may be inexperienced can't solve the entrenched and complex social problems low-income communities endure.

Play of the Day: When a Trade War is Actually a Trade Squabble

President Trump is downplaying the trade disagreement with China.

HHS Accused of 'Censorship' of Obamacare Website Materials

Nonprofit monitor flags 85 removed pages, warns of harm to vulnerable groups.

The New Hunt for Moon Money

The Trump administration has asked Congress for more funding to meet a very ambitious deadline.

OPM acting Director Margaret Weichert said she plans to have the legislative proposal ready by Friday.

OPM Chief to Propose Legislation for Merger With GSA By Week’s End

The Trump administration claims OPM cannot function properly without revenue from the National Background Investigations Bureau.

Court Upholds Firing of Key Official at Epicenter of VA Waitlist Scandal

Precedent-setting ruling finds that federal supervisors cannot claim ignorance of subordinates' misdeeds.

IRS Told to Do Better Research Before Closing Taxpayer Help Offices

Effort to save money by curbing face-to-face counseling ignored Congress’s directive.