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President Donald Trump speaks during a cabinet meeting in the Cabinet Room of the White House on July 31.

How Trump Can Successfully Reorganize the Government

If the White House turns implementation over to "careerists" at OMB, "it will never happen," former personnel director says.

Watchdog: OMB Must Do More to Cut Agency Reporting Requirements

2010 law called on OMB to annually coordinate a review of agencies’ reports and plans.

Police fire pepper spray at protestors during a demonstration in downtown Washington on Jan. 20.

Can the U.S. Government Seize an Anti-Trump Website's Visitor Logs?

The Department of Justice is seeking the 1.3 million IP addresses that accessed a website advertising Inauguration Day protests.

Cash donations through bake sales will no longer be accepted.

OPM Announces Delay, Changes to Combined Federal Campaign

Donations of time are in and cash donations are out for 2017 fundraising effort.

How Guilt Can Hold Back Good Employees

Highly guilt-prone people tend to be conscientious and ethical, but also more hesitant about forming partnerships.

Why Governmental Transparency Will Not Work Without Strong Leadership

A scholar argues why more rules, regulations and codes, such as those proposed by Walter Shaub, will not have much effect.

Why Do Women Bully Each Other at Work?

Research suggests that conditions in the workplace might be to blame.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump Addresses the Violence in Charlottesville

The president is getting criticized for his first tepid statement over the weekend.

Contractors Begin Early Shutdown Preparations

Private firms are already ahead of the government in their planning, experts say.

Trump, in Reversal, Explicitly Condemns White Supremacists

At the White House, the president offered a far stronger comment on violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, than his previous statement.