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How I Lead: Supporting the Professional Growth of Others

A conversation with HR specialist Miguel Joey Aviles.

Broadcasting Board Outsources Controversial Newsroom Contracting

Executives said the move is not an effort to replace current staff.

Feds Will Pay 3.8 Percent More Toward Health Care Premiums in 2015

Postal employees' contributions will go up significantly more.

The FBI’s Secret Surveillance Program Is About to Go on Trial

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals will hear a case this week that could have seismic implications for how the government spies on Americans.

5 Ideas to Help You Adjust Your Attitude and Improve Performance

Before you start your day, focus on your bigger purpose.

"The health and safety of the team supporting this mission is our priority," Gen. David Rodriguez said.

U.S. Africa Command: Ebola Mission Will Not Bring Disease Back Home

Deployed personnel are highly trained and will be treated immediately if infected.

Rep. Phil Gingrey, R-Ga., was one of the lawmakers interested in data on use of official time.

The Time Feds Spend on Union Biz Inches Up

Federal employees spent 3.43 million hours on “official time” in fiscal 2012, according to the latest report.

The Pentagon often fails to buy weapons on time and on budget. Above, an F/A-18F Super Hornet prepares to land on the aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush in the Persian Gulf Oct. 3.

The Trouble With Defense Acquisition May Be the Workforce

Too often, contracts are left to 'managers for whom it is merely one step in a career path directed elsewhere,' an expert tells Senate investigators in recent report.

200K Federal Contractors Are About to Get a Pay Raise

Labor Department issues final rules to implement the $10.10 minimum wage for contractors.

VA Starts to Make Good on Its Promise to Fire More Execs

Department officials recommend three more high-level officials for removal.