Poor federal performers are still using bureaucratic jargon and passive verbs, according to the annual Federal Plain Language Report Card.
A new GAO audit finds that officials aren’t sure how many work at headquarters, making cuts harder.
Dan Tangherlini, brought in to restore the GSA after reports of wasteful spending, is leaving next month
Merit Systems Protection Board upholds earlier ruling that found botched procedures in investigation of the prosecutors.
A new survey shows that after resistance, federal managers love technology. But they worry that the government is slow to get the latest digital devices.
Three years later, the Post seeks federal employees’ input on the scandal’s fallout
Patrick R. Donahoe blames “myopia” and “shortsightedness” for impeding efforts to get legislative changes.
William Bratton emerges as a steadying presence in a nervous city and a respected voice for officers.
Merit Systems Protection Board says GSA did not prove the executives knew about excessive spending in Las Vegas and should not have been fired.
Average case takes more than nine months to investigate, prompting calls for legislation to speed up the process