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Pentagon Wants to Raise Purchase Card Maximum to $10,000

House lawmakers leave proposed language out of first draft of Defense authorization bill, but sources say it could come up again.

Obama to ‘Selfless’ Feds: I Appreciate You, Even if No One Else Does

In honoring public servants, president says their jobs are "not just about a paycheck."

Panel Repeals Cuts to Pentagon Travel Per Diems

Major Defense legislation advances that would scrap a 2014 department policy that slashed long-term travel reimbursement rates.

Do You Have What It Takes To Be a Political Appointee?

Public service can be a noble calling and a golden opportunity, but there are some downsides.

TSP Funds Grow for Second Month in a Row

All of the offerings in the federal retirement plan gained ground in April.

The United States Is Running Out of Undecided Voters

Ted Cruz and John Kasich need big wins in the remaining primaries for a shot at the nomination—too bad most people have already made up their minds.

Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton: This Is My Plan to Combat Zika

More resources, public awareness campaigns and rapid diagnostic tests are key, Democratic presidential candidate says.

A Doctors Without Borders employee walks inside the remains of the organization's hospital after a U.S. airstrike in Kunduz, Afghanistan.

US Blames Tech for Hospital Strike. But There’s More To The Story

The redacted investigation report reveals that the AC-130U crew got disoriented, ignored rules of engagement, and didn’t listen to a warning.

Obama Skewered Trump and Clinton at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner

"The free press is central to our democracy and, nah, I’m just kidding! You know I’m going to talk about Trump."

Outstanding Feds Named Finalists for Service to America Medals

The Partnership for Public Service announces 32 who contributed to the economy, defense, public safety and welfare.