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Democrats deny walking out of super committee talks

Rep. Van Hollen calls claim "ridiculous."

Panel advances bipartisan postal reform bill

Committee members fail to reach consensus on an amendment to limit executive pay.

Bombs Away

The grandfather of negative campaign ads is worth recalling as we brace for next year’s onslaught.

Resume uploads to be next USAJobs focus, OPM says

Team will address ‘visibility’ issues on the redesigned website during the coming week.

Senators urge State Department to turn over requested Iraq documents to special IG

A bipartisan group of lawmakers aims to protect SIGIR’s independence in a letter sent to Secretary Clinton.

Justice rethinks planned changes to FOIA policy

Open-government groups claim victory on issue of acknowledging secret probes.

Merit board advises equal treatment for teleworkers and office employees

Assignments and expectations should be comparable for agencies to realize the full benefit of the work arrangement, report notes.

Auditors blast DHS' $1.5 billion border plan

The Government Accountability Office says Homeland Security should halt a new program to secure the U.S.-Mexico border until it calculates a more realistic cost figure .


Public-private pay gap widens

Washington and Miami are exceptions to the rule, according to latest statistics.

Expanded data transparency bill clears House panel

Proposal would require program-level detail on agency website performance reports.