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Agencies Are Poaching Executives From Other Agencies to Avoid Messy Hiring System

Half of federal executives say other agencies try to recruit them, survey finds.

Exposing Organizations That Pay Women Less Than Men

How the British government is addressing a global problem.

There Were 8.8M Calls the IRS Didn’t Even Try to Answer in 2015

Taxpayer advocate documents deteriorating customer service, suggests the IRS rethink its priorities.

USPS Can’t Afford to Reopen Facilities and Add Employees Like Congress Wants

Budget office says the Postal Service would have to spend $300 million to comply with one-year amendment.

Al Gore Is Now Criticizing the Obama Administration's Arctic Drilling Decision

The former vice president calls drilling in the icy waters “insane.”

 Obama is led on a tour by Bureau of Prisons Director Charles Samuels, right, and correctional officer Ronald Warlick Thursday at Oklahoma's El Reno Federal Correctional Institution.

Inside Obama's Visit to a Federal Prison

The president Thursday saw a little bit of himself in some of the inmates at Oklahoma's El Reno federal prison.

Not a planet, but still amazing.

Here Are The Most Interesting Things We Learned About Pluto This Week From NASA

It took 53 years, but human beings have now seen all nine planets in our solar system up close and personal.

It’s Time to Make Good on Phased Retirement

​While agencies drag their feet, critical skills are walking out the door.

Video: Obama Spoke Wednesday About Bill Cosby

At a press conference, the president was asked if he was going to revoke the comedian's Presidential Medal of Freedom.

New OPM Director Promises to Improve Response to Data Breach

White House CIO says long term solution will require investing in new technology.