Management really matters for this high-potential but hazardous approach.
Looming hiring moratorium does not permit skirting civil service laws, congressman says.
Agency officials trying to make government more citizen-centric have an opportunity to take their work to a new level.
OPM chief says Obama personnel reforms will survive future administrations.
Agency’s annual call letter said escalating drug prices ate up more than a quarter of the FEHBP health care budget in 2015.
In 2009, the U.S. Navy started offering a career break to help retain service members. Now the other armed forces—and private companies—are following suit.
The president-elect's control over conventional economic policy could be worth more money than any conflict of interest.
Trump housing secretary nominee and retired neurosurgeon plans to do a lot of listening, if confirmed, he told senators.
Mattis says Pentagon should base cuts on workforce assessments.
But the the 2004 law that created the Office of the Director of National Intelligence creates some hurdles as well.
Accountability doesn’t always help people make better decisions. When it comes to elected officials, this gets extra challenging.