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To Grow Professionally, Find a Swim Buddy

This will help you identify distinct behaviors you need to change.

Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C., told a witness: "You seem to have confirmed our biggest fear. We’ve become so obsessed with the process that there is very little preoccupation with the outcome.”

Senate Panel Seeks Answers on Clearance Backlog

A government watchdog group put the process back on its high-risk list after pending actions exceeded 700,000.

Lawmakers On Both Sides of Aisle Ramp Up Pressure for Permanent SSA Leader

Acting agency chief is now in violation of the Vacancies Act, GAO finds.

How Do You Score on the Stress-O-Meter?

It's probably time to assess how professional and life events are affecting you.

James Knable helps to unpack copies of President Trump's FY19 Budget after it arrived at the House Budget Committee office on Feb. 12.

New Details on Trump's Performance Pay Plan

A senior executive at the Office of Personnel Management says the fund will not simply be used to dole out bonuses to high performers.

VA Secretary David Shulkin speaks Wednesday at VA's Washington, D.C., medical facility.

'Culture of Complacency:' Investigators Fault VA Leadership for Medical Facility's 'Systemic' Failures

Major facility had pervasive problems that went ignored for years and put vets at risk.

The Kestrel Eye, a visible-imagery satellite prototype designed to provide near-real-time images to the tactical-level ground soldier, was launched to the International Space Station in August.

Pentagon May Create a Combatant Command for Space

The Defense Department is also looking at major changes to speed up how it buys satellites.

Sen. Bill Cassidy, R-La., sponsored the legislation.

House Approves Bill to Curb Spending on Official Portraits

Sen. Cassidy’s "EGO Act" would codify crackdown on agency vanity paintings.

Kim Yong Chol, vice chairman of North Korea's ruling Workers' Party Central Committee, second from right, talks with the South Korean delegation in Pyongyang, North Korea, on Monday.

What If Trump's North Korea Bluster Actually Worked?

Kim Jong Un's offer of talks with the United States is accompanied by questions about his intentions.