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Pilots from the 388th and 419th Fighter Wings taxi F-35As on the runway in preparation for a combat power exercise Nov. 19, 2018, at Hill Air Force Base, Utah.

Analysis: Would a $700 Billion Budget Really Sink the Pentagon?

Resistance is already forming to a proposed decrease in 2020 spending. It’s important to understand just what that decrease means.

The White House Has No Plan for Confronting the Mueller Report

Nervous aides expect the president to lead the way, tweet up a storm—and, Rudy Giuliani promises, fight back.

Play of the Day: Rudy Giuliani's Twitter Hack Confusion

A typo meant that the president's cybersecurity advisor was inadvertently linking to an anti-Trump site.

The Postal Service itself said it was still reviewing the recommendations.

Trump's Postal Task Force Report Receives Tepid Response From Key Players

Lawmakers hope that it will at least prompt legislative action on their favored reforms.

Rep. Jody Hice, R-Ga., introduced the measure targeting official time.

Budget Analysts: Bill Targeting Official Time Would Cost More than It Saves

Legislation from Rep. Jody Hice, R-Ga., seeks to cut the retirement benefits of some federal workers who use official time.

The Missing Piece in OMB’s Push for High-Value Government

The administration should seize the opportunity to catalyze high-value work at all levels of government.

Sen. Tom Carper, D-Del., said it is "disappointing and frustrating to learn that OMB—an office that is specifically tasked with overseeing how our government agencies perform and manage resources—is dismissing the thoughtful, nonpartisan recommendations."

OMB Rejects Watchdog Criticisms of Anti-Fraud Guidance for Agencies

Senators bash White House office for mishandling interagency working group.