The Hammonds were indicted on charges of threatening a federal employee and damaging federal property.
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Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court has been deeply shaped by the needs and mores of the executive branch.
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Trump has recently announced a number of picks to be inspectors general, as well as key posts at Energy.
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According to a 2015 report, "IRS data systems are not designed to accommodate the different styles of international addresses."
The executive director of the Federal Chief Human Capital Officers Council shares some hard-won lessons in leadership.
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The HHS plans to review the files of 12,000 children in its care, by hand.
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