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Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, has asked GAO to determine how widespread the use of private emails by special government employees is.

Senator Seeks Answers on Use of Private Email by Special Government Employees

At State Department, Hillary Clinton communicated with aides still in private sector.

Lynch Nomination Headed for Senate Floor Next Week

Pick to succeed Eric Holder has drawn plenty of GOP critics.

Clinton addressed reporters Tuesday.

Hillary Clinton, Taking Questions About Her Email, Says She 'Opted for Convenience'

Now that everyone else has, the former secretary of State weighed in Tuesday on the news surrounding her email use at the State Department.

How Public-Private Partnerships Can Pave Career Paths for Veterans

Businesses could play a big role in the transition to civilian jobs.

The CIA Is Trying to Hack Your iPhone

New Snowden documents reveal a decade-long CIA push to break Apple’s encryption protections.

The Newest Productivity Hack: Meditation

Is teaching mindfulness in the workplace good for business?

Which Agencies Are Best At Responding to FOIA Requests?

USDA and Social Security are the most responsive; State and HHS, the least, nonprofit finds.

Wikipedia Is Suing the National Security Agency

The lawsuit argues that the NSA's collection of Internet communications can often open U.S. data to warrantless access

"We need to be sure that we’re hip," said OPM Director Katherine Archuleta.

How the Government Plans to Revamp USAJOBS and Make Federal Service 'Hip'

OPM rolls out plan to simplify federal hiring, increase data usage and recruit minority millennials.

Obamacare’s Price Tag Just Went Down, According to CBO

The federal government is expected to spend $200 billion less on insurance subsidies.