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Scientists Hate the EPA’s ‘Strengthening Science’ Rule

Dozens of research and medical groups oppose the proposal, which began under former EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt.

Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va., said, "there is real harm that this will inflict on federal employees.”

House Panel Advances Bills to Streamline Firing, Reduce Employee Protections

Legislation aims to make it easier for managers to deal with poor performers; critics say provisions will undermine due process and hurt employees.

Donald Trump waves when boarding Air Force One as he leaves with his wife Melania, right, from the airport in Helsinki on Monday.

Trump’s Performance With Putin Creates a Career Dilemma for His Aides

The president’s deferential posture toward Russia highlights his staffers’ lack of influence.

Barack Obama Breaks His Silence

The former president finally did what his supporters have waited for him to do since Donald Trump became president. He spoke up.

Rep. Phil Roe, R-Tenn., suggested VA was pushing to expand the power of the newly formed Office of Accountability and Whistleblower Protection beyond what Congress had envisioned.

VA Defends Expedited Firing Law Amid Accusations It's Creating 'Cultural Fear'

Lawmakers express bipartisan concern VA is overstepping its disciplinary mandate.

Treasury and IRS Move to Protect Donor Anonymity

Controversy over alleged targeting of conservatives prompts new rule for nonprofits.

How a New Contracting Tool is Shaking Up Federal Procurement

Other transaction authority presents an formidable challenge to the Federal Acquisition Regulation. That’s a good thing.

Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., requested the GAO report.

Special Counsel Employees Say They’re Reluctant to File Internal Complaints

Watchdog cites lack of procedural clarity and fear of managers as agency tackles backlog.

Could New Software Speed Up FOIA Responses?

EPA, State Department and other agencies face major backlogs of information requests.