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A One-Size-Fits-All Approach to Civil Service Reform Won't Work, Study Says

Reform effort will require bipartisan buy-in and the balancing of flexibility with preservation of merit system principles.

A group of detainees kneel as they observe morning prayer before sunrise inside Camp Delta in 2009.

Is Closing Guantanamo Still Conceivable?

Former officials of both parties have endorsed the goal. But the 41 inmates left there have reason to wonder if they'll ever leave.

New Law Aims To Cut Red Tape

But vacancies in the White House budget office threaten to slow the law’s implementation.

Postmaster General Megan Brennan.

USPS Vows Corrective Action to ‘Systemic Violations’ of Hatch Act During 2016 Election

Postal management created "institutional bias" in favor of individual candidates, watchdog says.

Donald Trump at the Elysee Palace for an extended interview with the french President on July 13.

Trump at Six Months

Six lessons from an unprecedented presidency.

Air Force Capt. Wilfred Noel, deputy chief of the Air Force Research Lab, left, and 1st Lt. Jason Rathje, an advanced weapon design engineer with Air Force Research Lab weapons dynamics and control science branch, right, pilot quadrotor vehicles.

The Army Seeks Internet-of-Battlefield-Things, Distributed Bot Swarms

After nearly two decades of war against technologically unsophisticated foes, the Army Research Lab is reorienting to counter China and Russia.

The Simple Mistakes That End Up Wrecking Attempts To Collaborate At Work

Do you put the same effort into preparing for meetings with coworkers as you do for clients?