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3 Tips for Effective Interagency Collaboration

In the territorial push for resources, sharing can be a hard sell.

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Lawmaker Looks to Reform Agencies Without Hurting Their Employees

Maine Democrat advocates more fed-friendly plans to overhaul VA and USPS management.

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Uncle Sam Will Ask Feds About Pay, Job Satisfaction This Spring

OPM will administer its annual survey of the government workforce beginning in late April.

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Defense Team in 9/11 Trial Says the FBI May Be Spying on Them

Emergency motion derails a planned competency hearing at Guantanamo Bay.

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What Turns a Perfectionist Into a Lunatic

Yelling might be a little more accepted in sports than in other workplaces, but a boss’s poor anger management can affect the performance of subordinates.

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Armed Standoff Over Cattle Grazing on Federal Land Comes to an End

Long-standing dispute escalated last week as BLM officials attempted to seize cattle.

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Can Burwell Avoid the Sebelius Trap?

Kathleen Sebelius was exactly what the White House needed in an HHS secretary—until she wasn't.

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Hillary Clinton's Relationship with Boeing Questioned

Report outlines former secretary of State's position as a 'powerful ally' for the airplane maker.

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Why Are So Many Older Veterans Committing Suicide?

Fort Hood shooting shines a spotlight on an overall epidemic, but suicide rates are higher for older generations.

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Play of the Day: How to Visualize Paycheck Fairness

Fallon looks at some hypotheticals in the Senate.

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