Homeland Security Inspector General John Roth said he suspects that TSA wanted to "conceal negative information" about computer security at New York airport.
A new GAO audit finds that defense officials do not have a handle on how many employees work at headquarters, making cuts harder.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruling protects a federal air marshal whistleblower in a case that had broad implications for the federal workforce.
An inspector general's findings confirm problems that The Washington Post first reported in a pair of articles more than a year ago.
One bill would reduce the federal workforce by 10 percent through attrition and cut service contracts. Another would trim the defense civilian workforce by 15 percent.
DOJ has no department-wide policies on off-duty conduct and hasn't revisited the issue in nearly two decades, according to an inspector general's report.
An improved budget picture has allowed field offices to add back operating hours that were cut during leaner times for the agency.
Feds: Tell us about how your experiences with advanced sick leave. President Obama recently required agencies to allow the paid time off for employees with new children.
At HUD, the ex-official championed looser regulations, hired industry insiders to work in her division and offered information to former lobbying group where she served as deputy director.
The court ruled that an air marshal did not violate the law when he leaked information about agency plans that he thought could endanger the public.