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It’s Not Too Late: Resolve to Have a Successful Year

Here are 10 tips to help get you where you want to go.

Damage in eastern New Orleans from Tuesday's tornadoes.

Feds Will Get Paychecks on Time After Tornado Hits Major Processing Facility

The National Finance Center in New Orleans has enacted its emergency plan.

The Future Depends on Fixing Readiness Now, Vice Chiefs Tell Lawmakers

Service leaders’ annual pilgrimage to Capitol Hill also serves as Phase One of Mattis’ long-range plan.

The Trump International Hotel in Washington D.C.

There’s a Simple Legal Reason Trump is Probably Going to Get Away With His Conflicts of Interest

For Donald Trump, the emoluments issue is a good reason to tread carefully in court, but an even better reason to stay in the good graces of Congress.

Federal Hiring Freeze Puts Performance Management in the Spotlight

Human Resources leaders face new challenges as a result.

Play of the Day: Betsy DeVos, the Senate and Percentages

Donald Trump's pick for the Department of Education got confirmed by a 51-50 margin, but can she do that math?

Donald Trump’s Tweets are Now Presidential Records

The law says official presidential records must be preserved. How do tweets figure in – particularly when they're altered or deleted?

Burning Man 2015

Investigation Confirms Ethical Violations, Misconduct by BLM Agent at Burning Man

While Interior officials contemplated discipline, employee was removed after threatening a colleague with grenades.

With Medicaid Errors at $36 Billion, HHS Told to Improve Data Quality

GAO recommends more frequent data quality checks on state reporting.

There May Finally Be a Breakthrough in the Long Fight for Postal Reform

Unions, industry and management all endorse bipartisan bill to overhaul USPS.

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