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Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., said: "Every agency, and especially the VA, needs the strong, independent oversight that inspectors general provide."

After 640-Day Wait, VA Gets a Nominee for Inspector General

Obama names attorney Michael Missal to post that Congress is scrutinizing.

Navy Employees Lose Furlough Case on Appeal

Court upholds MSPB’s ruling favoring agency in case involving 2013 sequester furloughs.

Garfield's White House portrait.

The Man Who Killed a President Over a Political Appointment

Charles Guiteau assassinated James Garfield in 1881. But, why?

Oxford is located in Oxfordshire, UK.

Is It Fairer to Remove Alma Maters From Job Applications?

At its UK offices, Deloitte will hide the name of a job candidate's university in hopes of curbing recruiters' biases.

Clinton’s Health Care Plans Might Be Headed Nowhere

To make major changes, a Democratic president probably needs Democrats in control of both chambers of Congress, which isn’t likely in 2017.

Are Agencies Using Performance Info to Make Decisions?

Results are mixed, but strategic reviews are boosting collaboration.

The Politics of Creating A 2016 Soundtrack

It’s not easy picking a perfect presidential playlist. And it can take a lot of staffpower.

How Hillary Clinton Helped Her Employees Manage Work-Life Balance

While secretary of state, she worked from home so that moms and dads could be with their kids on a snow day.

Obama: I Won't Sign Another Short-Term Spending Bill

Veto threat raises the stakes for coming budget negotiations, and the possibility of a shutdown.

Will New Regs Trigger Better Executive Performance?

The focus is on public policy issues, not day-to-day management.