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Sherman Gillums Jr., executive director of Paralyzed Veterans of America, said he would like to take the candidates through the experience of receiving care at a VA medical facility.

What Would a Bunch of Vets Tell the Presidential Candidates If They Were Trapped on an Elevator Together?

Don’t privatize VA health care, and don't treat us like political props, among other things.

House Financial Services Committee member Rep. Sean Duffy, R-Wis.

Lawmaker: Feds Shouldn't Be Punished for Refusing to Break Rules

Measure would block the implementation of a recent federal court decision.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton

Clinton's Private Email Server Was Briefly Locked Down in 2011

Judicial Watch releases State Department documents showing fear of breaches.

Why Women (Sometimes) Don't Help Other Women

It’s not because they’re inherently harsher leaders than men, but because they often respond to sexism by trying to distance themselves from other women.

Why Do So Many Feds Shun the Senior Executive Service?

Large numbers of federal employees are opting not to apply for top federal positions, despite the higher salaries they would earn.

“They submitted dishonest claims, charged excessive fees and prescribed unnecessary drugs,” Attorney General Loretta Lynch said during a press conference.

Interagency Task Force Completes Largest 'Takedown' of Medicare Fraud Yet

Justice and HHS announce charges against 300 health care providers.

Leading Employees Who Struggle with Self-Doubt

Developing individuals who lack confidence in their own abilities is one of the most difficult challenges for a manager.

12 Things Employers Can Do to Improve Gender Equality in the Workplace

Organizations should rethink how they hire, manage and promote.

Sen. Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., urged his colleagues to support the Veterans First Act.

Senator Pushes For Action on VA Accountability Reforms

Legislation that would limit appeal rights of fired department senior executives has stalled.

Frequent-Flyer Programs Are Too Complicated to Understand, the Transportation Department Has Concluded

At issue is the system airlines use to determine how many miles travelers need to redeem for a ticket.

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