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Would the country be better off if different federal agencies were based in different parts of the country?
Learn more about obstacles to transparency
We get analysis from GovExec's Tom Shoop.
The White House has said it will keep calling meetings until there's a deal.
The United States Post Office has been making a lot of changes and shakeups, as it tries to climb out of a multi-billion dollar hole.
Tom Shoop is the Editor in Chief for Government Executive Magazine. He joins In Depth with information on how feds are preparing for a pay freeze
Gov Exec's Tom Shoop offers analysis on why many senior executives are giving low or failing reviews of political appointees.
Maxing out technology at your agency - make sure you're using all the tools you've got. Learn more from Tom Shoop, Editor in Chief at Government Executive Magazine.
The amount of money you must pay to your retirement fund could be going up. The 2012 budget proposal from House Republicans would require you to contribute 6 percent of your salaries. That's a jump of more than 5 percent.
Congress returns next week facing two urgent fiscal questions: What to do about raising the federal government's borrowing threshold and how to pass a budget for the next fiscal year that honors the fiscal austerity of the current political moment?