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'Super committee' to hold first organizational meeting on Thursday

Meeting will be followed by the deficit-cutting panel's first public hearing on Sept. 13.

FAA falls down on workforce planning

Hiring and training for acquisition staff are inadequate to meet agency needs, audit finds.

Grumblings persist over demise of Statistical Abstract

Librarians hold out hope Census Bureau’s plan to kill data compendium will be reversed this fall.


MSPB: Perceptions of prohibited personnel actions hit 18-year low

Agencies still must remain vigilant for potential violations in order to keep employees fully engaged, study says.

IRS allowed $4.2 billion in credits to undocumented workers, audit says

Treasury inspector highlights dramatic rise in one refundable tax break, but agency says its hands are tied.

Obama agrees to address Congress on Sept. 8

Move comes after House Speaker John Boehner had rebuffed president's request to appear on Sept. 7.

In Petraeus’s retirement, the twilight of the celebrity general

Staunchly pro-military sentiment of the past 10 years has been replaced by a willingness to cut the Pentagon's budget.

Super committee to prep for first hearing

Under the debt deal, the panel must recommend by Thanksgiving cuts worth $1.5 trillion over 10 years.

OPM to overhaul USAJobs

System to go offline in October for redesign intended to smooth application process.

War-related contracting wasted up to $60 billion, commission reports

Panel finds $12 million may have been squandered every day for the last 10 years.