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CIA Director Mike Pompeo said, “It’s a matter of clearing out things that get in officers’ way.”

CIA Director Vows to Slash Bureaucratic 'Vines,' Lauds Republican Predecessors

Pompeo wants fewer advance reviews of operations, quicker in-the-field decision making.

Senate Panel Approves 60% Increase in Buyout Payments for Feds

The $15,000 bump in VSIPs could make leaving government more appealing to employees as agencies look for ways to decrease the size of their workforces.

The Philosophical Case for Staying Hopeful in Dark Times

We can acknowledge the very real pain and suffering in the world today while still living with hope.

A Ray of Hope in Government Management

Execution of the first round of Cross-Agency Priority Goals shows tangible results.

Play of the Day: Trump Has Fun Distributing Supplies in Puerto Rico

The president threw paper towels to victims and joked about the U.S. budget.

Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner heads the Office of American Innovation.

Trump Innovation Chief Foresees Shared Services as Restoring Citizen Trust

Cross-agency efficiency initiatives touted as bipartisan, generational.

Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley deleted the problematic message and has not engaged in any prohibited activity since.

Administration Official Violated Law by Retweeting Trump, Watchdog Says

UN Ambassador Nikki Haley joins White House officials in trouble for running afoul of the Hatch Act.

Master Sgt. Michael Berger, a special mission aviator from the 920th Rescue Wing, prepares for takeoff prior to a night flight on an HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopter July 6, 2017. The night exercise included a two-ship formation.

DARPA-Funded Radar Lets Planes See Through Smoke and Clouds

A promising approach to a decades-old quandary: how to get a clear field of view to the ground?

Are Trump's Tweets Undercutting U.S. Diplomacy?

Beyond apparent policy disagreements between the president and Rex Tillerson, the State Department struggles to absorb mixed signals.

Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló, President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump speak at Luis Muniz Air National Guard Base Tuesday.

Analysis: Trump's Puerto Rico Visit Is a Political Disaster

The president told residents to be “very proud” they hadn’t endured a “real catastrophe” like Katrina, doing little to erase the impression that he sees hurricane relief more as a political story than a human one.