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How Agility Is Driving Government Transformation

Government is notoriously bad at adapting to rapid advances in technology and the shifting expectations of citizens.

Delayed Security Clearance Reforms Could Increase Costs for Agencies

Continuous evaluation could remain a pipe dream as cash-strapped agencies get no guidance from the top.

Federal Unions Support Request for Supreme Court Review of Denied MSPB Case Appeals

Three feds were denied lower court appeals based on allegedly erroneous deadlines.

As Trump Bragged About His Wine, It Was Sold at Shenandoah National Park

An environmental lawyer says the sale could pose a major conflict of interest.

Keep These Documents Handy

A guide to the paperwork you may need when it comes time to file your retirement application.

The Reality New Managers Can’t Avoid

It’s hard work, but don’t over complicate it.

Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., was one lawmaker who promised  "repercussions in Congress" if the Trump administration attempts to bury the report on initial travel ban implementation.

IG Cites Homeland Security for Abusing Its Power, Blocking Negative Report

One audit finds Trump administration violated court orders when enforcing its initial travel ban.

Recently retired IRS Commissioner John Koskinen.

Retired IRS Chief Koskinen Warns Against Agency Budget Cuts

His only regret about the political targeting fracas is mismanaged communication.

How to Improve Government Customer Experience

More agencies need to move beyond the basics.

 Donald Trump is applauded by gathered religious leaders in May.

Now It's Liberal States Clashing With the Federal Government Over Religious Freedom

California, Pennsylvania, and others have sued over new policies on contraceptive coverage.