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Navy commander permanently replaced over raunchy videos

Captain is reassigned to administrative duties as the service continues its investigation into the homemade movies.

Analysis: Goodbye to a workforce champion

Despite the small number in his Buckeye State, retiring Sen. George Voinovich stood up for federal employees.

Veteran-owned small businesses now must prove their status

Rule requires companies to submit documentation to gain access to special contracting opportunities.

Audit finds FEMA slow to recover improper payments

Inspector general reports agency has yet to recoup $643 million in erroneous payments to victims of hurricanes Katrina and Rita.

Oil drilling regulators could hasten industry return to deepwater operations

Ocean energy bureau’s announcement could allow resumption of drilling within weeks by qualifying companies whose permits were suspended after BP spill.

From Nextgov.com: Agencies must complete information security evaluations by Jan. 28

OMB outlines questions feds should answer in the wake of WikiLeaks disclosures.

Sailors support Capt. Honors over videos

Crew members have been told not to speak to the media while the investigation continues.

One for the Books

The last Congress will enter the history books for the magnitude of both its political losses and its legislative victories.


Incoming House Oversight chair pledges hard line on waste

Darrell Issa, R-Calif., rips bureaucracy in warning Obama administration of impending investigations.

Specter of government shutdown still looms

GOPers pledge to use debt ceiling vote as lever to force Democrats to agree to big cuts in spending.