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 Congress & oversight

  1. The Old Post Office in St. Loius was built in 1884. Constructed of Red Missouri granite and gray Maine granite, the fortress-like design reflects the uneasiness that permeated the nation following the Civil War. The Old Post Office is a National Historic Landmark and was listed as a City Landmark in 1971.

    IG: Postal Service should better track historic buildings

    Records don't decoument preservation costs for some USPS buildings.

    • Apr. 21, 2014
  2. GAO: IRS's belt tightening lengthens wait times, reduces oversight

    The IRS has been forced to lay off thousands of employees, cut services and delay IT projects because of Congressional budget cuts, according to an April 21 Government Accountability Office report.

    • Apr. 21, 2014
  3. SINET's Robert Rodriguez John Todd / isiphotos.com

    Federal Government still facing cyber brain drain

    The federal government is losing talent in cyber fields, and the problem is only going to get worse, according to one expert.

    • Apr. 10, 2014
  4. Lee Lofthus, assistant attorney general for administration at Justice, detailed the results of an inquiry into security risks in its vendor pool. Rick Kozak/ / Federal Times

    Justice cuts IT procurements over cyber risks

    Internal probe finds contractors with 'questionable foreign ownership' and other reasons for concern.

    • Apr. 9, 2014
  5. GSA IG Brian Miller is leaving government. Staff

    GSA inspector general leaves for private sector

    Miller to join investigation advisory firm.

    • Apr. 7, 2014
  6. Postal Service employees used charge cards for personal bills

    IG finds thousands of dollars in inappropriate spending, including gambling, rental cars.

    • Apr. 1, 2014
  7. Rep. Elijah Cummings wants contractor KBR to produce documents related to its treatment of whistleblowers. Mike Morones/Staff

    Lawmakers question KBR on whistleblower protections

    Committee demands documents, including all employee complaints over the past 12 years.

    • Apr. 1, 2014
  8. Union decries proposed DoD civilian cuts

    Officials from largest federal employee union are blasting a California congressman's plans to cut more than 115,000 defense civilian jobs over the next six years, calling it expensive and dangerous.

    • Mar. 31, 2014
  9. The Obama administration laid out a new set of surveillance rules Thursday that would transfer the storage of millions of telephone records from the government to private phone companies. Saul Loeb / AFP

    Obama unveils plan to change NSA data collection

    The Obama administration laid out a new set of surveillance rules Thursday that would transfer the storage of millions of telephone records from the government to private phone companies.

    • Mar. 27, 2014
  10. Lt. Gen. Samuel Cox, deputy chief of staff for manpower, personnel and services, said that the military and civilian cuts are 'designed to maintain a smaller, more streamlined, ready and capable force in the future.' Mike Morones/Air Force

    AF civilians have another shot at early retirement, separation

    The Air Force said March 26 it will offer a second round of early retirements and voluntary separation payments to civilian employees.

    • Mar. 26, 2014
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