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Agencies improve management through analytics, report says

Nonprofit’s study of seven programs finds focus on data boosts quality and transparency.

Justice’s grant to ACORN-related group misused, says watchdog

New York organization did not comply with requirements on documenting recruitment of students.

Media Sideshow

The deficit panel’s travails are far less chronicled than the debt-ceiling saga as the 2012 GOP presidential contest grips the nation’s attention.

HHS rolls out new grants for state health care exchanges

Rhode Island becomes first to receive more advanced Level 2 award.

Super committee GOPer: Automatic cuts must be reconfigured

Sen. Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania says President Obama's threat to veto efforts to get rid of cuts was not "categorical."

White House looks to beef up management of electronic records

The government lacks a uniform system for preserving emails, blog posts and social media activity.


Can Obama's war on waste make a difference?

Presidential promises to make government more efficient are not new.

Interior’s planned bureau merger irks lawmakers, industry

Salazar begins consolidating surface mining and land management functions to remove duplication.

Too Much Exposure

Simple math suggests Republicans have that predicament in the House, while Democrats face it in the Senate.

Obama: 'I will veto any effort' to undo automatic cuts

President vows to keep up pressure for bipartisan deal on deficit reduction.