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Play of the Day: Another Trump Executive Order Signing

The president almost forgot to do the one thing he was there for.

Federal Employees Happier, More Engaged for Third Year in a Row

Worker response to OPM’s annual survey reaches lowest level in more than a decade.

Lawmakers Debate Bringing BRAC to VA Health Care Facilities

New bill would create commission to recommend facilities for closure.

Kirstjen Nielsen is Trump's nominee for Homeland Security secretary.

Appointee Watch: Kelly’s Replacement at DHS Announced

An acting Health and Human Services secretary also has been named.

Five Ways to Create Space to Think

Most people say they do their best thinking in the shower, driving or exercising, but there’s a better way.

Are You Mentally Prepared for Retirement?

You need to visualize your life after your federal career is over.

How Government-Supported Forced Labor Is Undercutting American Manufacturers

Making federal prisoners sew garments is legal, but it doesn’t make it right.

"There is still a lot of work that needs to be done to ensure federal agencies are more clearly communicating with the public," said Rep. Dave Loebsack, D-Iowa.

Agency Wordsmiths' Writing Regressed Last Year, Study Finds

More than half of agencies saw their scores drop on a plain language assessment.

The Curious Case of a ‘National Laboratory’ That Collected Excess Federal Equipment

Agency watchdogs probe transfers of computers and microscopes—and an effort to obtain a fleet of Learjets.

AFGE National President J. David Cox speaks to union members in 2012.

Ousted Local Officials Accuse Largest Federal Employee Union of ‘Sloppy Coup’

AFGE put its Labor Department local in trusteeship over spending on a settlement distribution event.