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Memo to the President: Strengthening Partnerships with State and Local Governments

The federal government needs to establish a new paradigm that substitutes collaboration and cooperation for command and control.

Trump Nominates Jay Clayton to Chair SEC, Where Morale Is Improving

GAO survey finds increased trust but cites weak internal communication.

President Lyndon Johnson, right, confers with President-elect Richard Nixon in the White House, Dec. 12, 1968.

When America Last Had Two Presidents at One Time

In 1968, Richard Nixon torpedoed LBJ’s peace negotiations in Vietnam, newly revealed documents show—presaging today’s tension between President Obama and President-elect Trump.

It's Time to Bury A-76—It Worked Once, But Its Day Is Past

An advocate of using competition to drive greater government efficiency explains why a decades-old outsourcing tool needs to die.

Rep. Steny Hoyer, D-Md., said the rule change would allow for “short-sighted” pay cuts that unfairly “scapegoat” federal employees.

House Makes It Easier to Cut Federal Employees' Pay, Slash Workforce

Reinstated rule allows compensation cuts through appropriations process.

The Most Unforgivable Email Mistake If You Want a Response

With one keystroke, you could make a mistake that correlates to a 13% drop in email response rate.

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