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A Guide for Working Families

To attract and retain a talented workforce, the government must provide workplace flexibilities.

Tracking Individual Feds Over Time Could Improve Employee Viewpoint Survey

Academics look at the methodology of the annual survey gauging the attitudes of federal workers.

American Consumers are Spending More on Organic Foods, and so is Their Government

Mandatory spending on organics under the 2002 farm bill totaled $20 million, but by 2014, that number had risen to $167.5 million.

Help Shape the Next President’s Agenda

Transitions in Governance 2016 wants your input on pressing federal management issues.

An artist's depiction of Landsat 8, which launched in 2013.

A New Satellite for One of the Great Space Programs

Landsat 9 will launch in 2023, and promises the continuity of a critical, long-running database for imagery of the Earth's surface.

Capitol Police haul away the gyrocopter a U.S. Postal Service worker was able to land on the Capitol lawn earlier this week.

After Gyrocopter Stunt, Lawmakers Want Answers

"This cannot happen again," key members warn.

2,500 Years Later, the Hottest New Management Guru is Confucius

It's possible to learn good business and good manners.

Play of the Day: The Gyrocopter Man and Other American Journeys

How effective was the gyrocopter's flight onto the Capitol grounds?

Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., has been fighting for paid parental leave for 15 years.

A Potential Breakthrough for Paid Parental Leave for Feds

Bipartisan pair of House members high-five each other to make their support for work-life balance measures official.

Obama’s Mentor Turns Against Him In Court on Climate

Laurence Tribe argues that his former student’s effort to curb carbon pollution is unconstitutional.