By jumpstarting the security clearance process with hard copy questionnaires, authorities hope to minimizes delays to an already burdened system

It's been a month since OPM announced a massive cyber breach of employee records, but time has not lessened the pain for feds.

About 15 percent of the 4.2 million active and former employees whose information may be compromised have signed up for credit protection services

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A new report by indicates that federal senior executives are much more satisfied in their jobs than are other employees.

The Office of Personnel Management plans to release the number of people affected by a cyber breach of security clearance records next week, when it will begin notifying the individuals affected.

A Supreme Court ruling two years ago allowed the government to extend benefits to federal workers in same-sex marriages, but excluded veterans

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A number of helpful, while still engaging, volumes have been published recently that are worth adding to your summer list.

Concerns are rising that the OPM’s decision to shut down the system could have widespread affects for the business of government

The sentencing of Jeffrey Neely is the final chapter in the GSA spending scandal that changed government operations.

The Office of Personnel Management announced Monday that it was taking the Web-based system used for background investigations offline after a “vulnerability” was discovered.

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The cases the justices hear next term could cause great division.

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The Supreme Court's 2014-2015 term included a historic ruling on the legality of same-sex marriage and upheld a key part of President Obama's health care law. Here's a look at how justices voted in 13 key cases this term.

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Federal agencies must report annually to Congress on their computer security efforts

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