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Leading public administration scholar and civil servant dies

Harold Seidman, an influential scholar of public administration whose academic work was shaped by 25 years in the civil service, died of cancer Tuesday at the Methodist Home of Washington. He was 91.

Lack of IRS nominee raises concerns

IRS watchers are becoming more and more concerned about how long it is taking the White House to nominate a commissioner to replace outgoing IRS chief Charles Rossotti.

Patent office to begin testing examiners’ skills

The Patent and Trademark Office plans to start testing its patent examiners and managers, and will make them take refresher courses if they fail.

Hundreds of weapons, laptops missing from Justice Department

Five Justice Department agencies, including the FBI, have reported hundreds of lost or stolen weapons and computers over the last few years, according to a new report.