For the third time in three months, a government report is critical of the IRS's use of private bill collectors because of a variety of problems.
The report by the Justice Department's Office of Inspector General points to three areas the Bureau of Prisons fails to adequately provide for female prisoners — trauma treatment, pregnancy programs and access to feminine hygiene products.
A new report shows the Justice Department prosecuted less than 1 percent of the cases involving people who falsified information to buy a firearm.
President Trump's policies and rhetoric are among the reasons cited for a significantly higher exodus rate of Senior Executive Service members under his administration than under former President Barack Obama.
The real resisters within President Trump's administration are dedicated federal employees who use the judiciary to counter his law-breaking executive orders.
The Social Security Administration, following Justice Department direction, continues to enforce orders that diminish labor organizations, weaken collective bargaining and hurt civil service protections.
U.S Embassy staffers in Baghdad were without emergency pain medications for more than a year as the State Department blamed a contractor and both tangled with Iraqi bureaucracy.
The Peace Corps' inspector general warns of danger "to the integrity and reputation of the Peace Corps as well as the health and safety of Volunteers” because of drug use. The agency's policy on marijuana lags behind the nation's increasing acceptance of the drug.
The Department of Homeland Security often failed to include a required whistleblower protection statement with its nondisclosure agreements. But is there a good reason for the agreements outside of classified and sensitive information situations?
A new GAO report raises serious issues about poor Trump administration planning. That could lead to increased costs.