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House Chairmen Probe Power Industry Group’s Influence on EPA

Two agency officials in air quality office formerly worked with what lawmakers call “a secretive front group funded by utility companies.”

Play of the Day: Julian Assange's Celebrity Advocate is Pamela Anderson

Does every issue get to have a c-list celebrity as its spokesperson?

Watchdog Highlights High Priority Workforce Issues Plaguing OPM

The federal government’s HR agency lags far behind other departments in addressing issues on GAO’s high-risk list.

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is named in the lawsuit.

Education Dept. Sued Over Blocking Access to Advocacy Group’s Website From Within Office Building

Alleged Wi-Fi block violates the First Amendment and the Administrative Procedure Act, complaint argues.

Another Grim Warning to Congress and Agencies: Your Fiscal Path Is 'Unsustainable'

GAO blames tax cuts and omnibus spending packages for rising debt and deficits.

Watchdog: OMB and GSA Need a Better Plan For Shared Payroll Services

GAO says planners lack roadmap to monitor agency roles in switch to new software.

Play of the Day: There Are An Awful Lot of Democrats Running For Presidents

Rep. Eric Swallwell joined an already-crowded primary field this week.

Congress Is About to Ban the Government From Offering Free Online Tax Filing. Thank TurboTax.

A bill supported by Democrats and Republicans would make permanent a program that bars the IRS from ever developing its own online tax filing service.

Several Agencies Fall Behind on Steps to Ensure Scientific Integrity

GAO gives good report for most in carrying out policies to prevent politicization.