Feds still feel the effects of the terrorist attack on the federal building 20 years later.
Homeland Security's inspector general said ICE could have saved up to $41 million in recent years with better logistical planning.
House committee issues 'no confidence' statement for DEA chief and White House offers no support after reports of DEA sex parties with prostitutes. Interest in faster firing of feds grows.
The manager pleaded guilty to using the credit cards to withdraw nearly $114,000 from ATMs in Maryland and Northern Virginia.
Federal employees would be wise to parse prior to posting and think through their tweeting to avoid running afoul of government ethics policies, under newly released guidance.
From fiscal year 2009 to 2013, 99 percent of patent examiners received performance rating that made them eligible for almost $145 million in bonuses or more than $6,000 per person, regardless of whether they had errors.
The government has sharply reduced spending on travel and training for federal employees.
The idea is that Congress might trim funding for agencies that end a cycle with surpluses.
But the House unanimously passed a similar measure to bar federal agencies from hiring contractors with "seriously delinquent tax debt."
The statement came less than three weeks after a Justice Department inspector general review revealed that DEA agents had "sex parties" with prostitutes hired by drug cartels.
Lawmakers lambasted VA officials over a hospital project near Denver that is overbudget and too small.