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It’s the ‘right thing to do,’ says Air Force Secretary Michael Donley.
House appropriators use scandal to question agency’s budget request, executive bonuses.
Obama directs OPM to establish emergency leave transfer for federal employees affected by Oklahoma disasters.
Reforms needed to protect national security priorities, they tell Hagel.
The government will soon start counting creative endeavors like songwriting as well as research and development when it measures the economy. It's about time.
Court says $124,558.03 in benefits must go to designated beneficiary, per federal statute.
Pairing financial incentives and workplace wellness programs, employers can save money, and employees can make it.
The retirement plan will be made whole, Secretary Lew says.
International stocks fall, while other offerings grow modestly.
From Facebook to security guards, private alternatives to government are on the rise.
Independent body complains ATF and state agencies denied its staff access.
Among all advanced nations, we rank 28th -- barely better than Mexico.
Agency wins additional flexibility after deadly tornadoes.
Chief GOP investigator doesn't know when to let damning facts speak for themselves.
Enhance performance by minimizing things that interfere with your potential.
Congress returns from recess to three more IRS hearings and a lawsuit.
'We will learn the whole truth,' the Republican from California says.
Three midshipmen in the Naval Academy's football program have been accused of sexually assaulting a female classmate.
American military tributes continue overseas long after two world wars.
Can a macho workplace shed its machismo?
What ever became of the new statutory provision requiring agencies to “identify low-priority program activities?"
Some Navy workers have lumped their furloughs together to recover some lost pay.
Mandatory listing of about 1,600 activities is posted by department on performance.gov.
Results of review now due on July 1.