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The Surprising Benefit of Comparing Yourself to Others

Your peers probably don't have it all figured out, even if it seems that way sometimes.

Jeb Bush: Strip Feds of Automatic Pay Raises and Due Process

Republican presidential candidate lays out plan for overhauling federal personnel system.

Government Shutdown Could Have Helped Former HUD Employee Commit Fraud

A new audit of the department’s purchase card program reveals one of the ripple effects of furloughs.

Campaign buttons are displayed for sale outside the Georgia Republican Convention floor in May in Athens.

Crowded Primary Field Is Good News for Republican Voters

Particularly in Iowa and New Hampshire, where party activists crave being courted, they are in heaven these days.

TSP Benefits Remain at Risk in Clash Over Highway Funding

Senate is considering changes in the G Fund's rate of return as one way to finance a multiyear funding extension.

Can Design Help the USPS Make Stamps Popular Again?

The Postal Service's new Forever stamp series, 'Summer Harvest,' targets two kinds of audiences: foodies and nostalgics.

Why Plugging the Cyber Breach Is the 2nd Biggest Problem at OPM

The agency’s most important job is not getting done.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump's Various Enemies

John McCain joins the list of people who do not like the mogul or his presidential run.

Bush speaks at a startup in San Francisco on Thursday.  Earlier in the week he said there is no reason to have 2 million-plus workers in the federal government.

Shrinking the 'Beast' of the Federal Workforce, and Other Ideas From the Campaign Trail

Jeb Bush muses on incompetent employees; Clinton delves into procurement reform.