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Heather Higginbottom, then deputy secretary of management and resources at the State Department, testifies on Capitol Hill in 2014.

Trump Seems Keen on Revamping State Department Management

The nomination of John Sullivan would combine two jobs Obama had filled separately.

The hiring freeze will continue at the State Department, officials said.

Some Agencies Are Extending the Hiring Freeze Trump Just Ended

They say an ongoing moratorium will help them develop a required restructuring plan.

Pentagon Misses the Target When It Comes to Its Workforce

Defense officials can’t tell you how many contractors they employ or at what cost. Finding out is critical to personnel reform.

'I’m Moving You to BCC'

Etiquette experts on the small mercies we can grant each other over email

A boy walks among rubble in Taiz, Yemen in 2016.

What's Really at Stake for America in Yemen's Conflict

As the Trump administration navigates the risks of escalation, there’s a real danger it will get the calculus wrong.

The Hidden Dangers of Caring About Your Career Too Much

"I can’t go on like this … there just won’t be anything left of me."

Mike Pompeo addresses Army Reserve Soldiers in Kansas in 2016.

Remember When Mike Pompeo Loved Wikileaks?

Now the head of the CIA wants to get tough on the “non-state hostile intelligence service.” That won’t be so easy.

Why Are Government Websites So Bad?

The DMV's online portal is a car crash unto itself.

Play of the Day: The Health Code Violations at Mar-a-Lago

The resort owned and frequented by President Donald Trump has run afoul of Florida food safety rules.

It’s Not Your Imagination: Social Media Is Making Us Lonelier

A new NIH-funded study suggests that Facebook and other apps make many feel left out and alone.

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