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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.

Analysis: Too big to succeed

Continued government growth without a transformation plan is a recipe for failure.


Deep freeze: The top stories of 2011

The ongoing pay freeze, several near-government shutdowns and the looming prospect of retirement benefit cuts dominated federal news this year.

Reports: Obama to seek another increase in debt ceiling

Raise automatically goes into effect unless Congress votes to block it.


Capital relieved as payroll measure clears House

Differences remain large over how to pay for the deal, with Republicans looking to areas liking freezing wages of federal workers.

Congress passes federal internship program reform

The bill, designed to standardize internships across all agencies, now awaits the president’s signature.