A list of the more interesting scientific breakthroughs that came from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and its research partners.
The site, announced by Michelle Obama and Jill Biden, allows users to create and upload résumés, find job openings, and match their military skills with occupations.
The USPS claims the deal will boost business and provide greater convenience, but the unions call it a move toward privatization that will hurt service quality.
The IRS doled out more than $2.8 million to workers with recent conduct issues including nonpayment of taxes, an inspector general said.
National Reconnaissance Office employees and contractors made the admissions during screenings for security clearance, according to an inspector general.
A bipartisan group of House members has "substantial concerns" about new Obama administration rules for the Combined Federal Campaign.
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The General Services plans to consolidate many agency offices at 19 existing federal buildings across the nation.
The IRS budget has declined since 2009, and so has its performance, according to a watchdog report.
The Government Accountability Office found "significant preparer errors" during undercover visits to 19 sites.