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President Obama said Friday that agencies might leave some vacancies as the administration figures out how to save money, The Washington Post reports.
Washington Post's Federal Coach Tom Fox tells managers what to take into consideration when rewarding an employee.
A Washington Post-Kaiser-Harvard poll asks Americans what they expect government to do and how they think government is doing its job.
There's a perception that it's almost impossible to be fired from a government job. Patricia Niehaus, national president of the Federal Managers Association, debunks the myth.
A Senate Armed Services Committee report found the army of private contractors working for the U.S. in Afghanistan threatens the safety of American troops.
The financially collapsing USPS must pay $5.5 billion each year to prefund its retiree health benefits. There is no penalty if USPS doesn't pay, Washington Post reports. But as the nation's second largest employer, if USPS can't make the $5.5 billion payment, who can?
Who exactly is in charge of protecting the internet from a cyber attack? That's the question the White House and Congress are wrestling with.
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A new poll shows that D.C. Mayor Adrian Fenty is falling behind his main challenger, D.C. Council Chairman Vincent Gray.
The Washington Post's Top Secret America series continues