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IRS management is relatively diverse, IG finds

More senior executives at the Internal Revenue Service come from varied backgrounds than their counterparts at other federal agencies, report says.

Obama reelection strategy seen in Cordray appointment

The move marks a new step in a procedural arms race in which both parties, while professing outrage, counter each other’s obstruction with new procedural tactics.

NOAA moves to cloud-based email

Weather-tracking agency is the largest to fully make the shift so far.


Obama’s consumer bureau appointment raises political, legal stakes

Naming Richard Cordray as CFPB head during recess thrills activists, angers Republicans.

Deadline looms for FAA funding, surface transportation measure

At last check, lawmakers were no closer to a resolution on their disagreements about key issues than they were in September.

In case you missed it: News from the holiday break

Some recent items that may have escaped your attention if you were taking some time off.

Annual financial report cites incomplete audits at three departments

Defense, State and Homeland Security have a ways to go toward auditability, says GAO.

Criminal charges for Gulf spill reportedly readied against BP

Charges would be focused on BP employees, including several Houston-based engineers, according to a Wall Street Journal report.

GSA steps up cultivation of elusive agency ‘customers’

Acquisition commissioner seeks to leverage relationships with departments throughout government.

Poll: Obama most admired man in the country

Secretary of State Clinton is most admired woman in survey.