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nternal Revenue Service Commissioner John Koskinen

IRS Embraces Long-Sought Taxpayer Bill of Rights

Commissioner says public education tool will help employees do their jobs.

Social Media Metrics for Government: A Manager's Handbook

How to make sure online efforts advance strategic goals.

Hillary Clinton on Benghazi Scandal: 'It's More of a Reason to Run'

6 things we learned from Hillary Clinton's interview with Diane Sawyer.

Border agents patrol a beach in 2012.

Lawmakers Want to Overhaul Pay and Benefits for Border Patrol, Firefighters

Reformers hope to end widespread abuse of overtime privileges among border agents.

Rep. Dan Benishek, R-Mich.

House Again Targets VA Managers Who 'Drag Their Feet and Don’t Do Their Jobs'

Lawmakers pass another bill making it easier to fire and withhold bonuses from VA supervisors.

What Good Did You Do You Today?

Ask someone, and the answer might inspire a new connection.

HUD May Have Broken Law When It Paid Salary of Senior Advisor

A non-federal employee on detail to department received more than $620,000 in compensation from the wrong pool of money.

On Friday acting Secretary Sloan Gibson announced that the VA is putting out bids for "purchased care," allowing veterans to be treated at other hospitals, something Congress has also pushed for.

13 Percent of VA Schedulers Say Supervisors Told Them to Falsify Dates

As of May 15, VHA had over 6 million appointments scheduled across the system.

Now Is the Time to Fix VA Executive Pay

The SES pay system will make it difficult to attract needed talent.

The awards are are named for noted civil servant Arthur Flemming, who served presidents from Franklin Roosevelt to Bill Clinton, earning the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1994.

A Dozen Feds to Receive Flemming Awards for Excellence

The George Washington University hosts event that has recognized federal service for 65 years.