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Obama Declares Cyber Attacks A ‘National Emergency’

A new executive order will allow the government to impose financial sanctions against those waging malicious cyberattacks.

Precrime Comes to the Office

To weed out hires who might go on to misbehave, recruiters are relying on ethics questionnaires, personality tests, and credit histories. But can they truly anticipate misconduct?

Senior Execs to Congress: Making Us At-Will Employees Will 'Destroy' Us

The push to make it easier to fire bad apples in the SES is scaring top career officials, according to a new survey.

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence speaks question during a news conference, Tuesday, March 31, 2015, in Indianapolis.

Indiana Governor Uses Federal Statute to Defend Controversial Law

Federal agencies already deal with religious freedom issues.

White House Launches Sales Pitch on Climate Pledge

Administration sees leadership role in bringing countries to table in Paris talks.

IRS chief John Koskinen testifies on Capitol Hill about the agency's budget.

IRS Chief Warns Budget Cuts Harming Recruitment, Customer Service

But filing season is going "swimmingly" despite predictions, Koskinen says.

Leaders Rarely Do What It Takes to Develop Others

How to help your employees find growth opportunities.

Women's Climb Up the Federal Management Ranks, in One Chart

Twenty-nine percent of government supervisors and managers in 2014 who had worked fewer than 10 years in government were women.

Bureau of Prisons Wanted Whistleblower to Work from a Converted Jail Cell

BOP referred another employee for a mental health exam after she blew whistle on problems in a substance abuse program.