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Snarky Coworkers Can Ruin Morale, Even When The Boss Is Supportive

An unpleasant coworker's words can have a bigger impact than you'd expect.

Make #GivingTuesday a Day to Remember

The new volunteerism component of the Combined Federal Campaign gives feds another way to support the causes they care about.

Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., sent letters to the Commerce and SBA chiefs.

Senator Calls On Agencies to Streamline Programs for Entrepreneurs

The Government Accountability Office reported in 2012 that each of the 52 entrepreneur support programs at Commerce, SBA and other agencies overlapped with at least one other program.

Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., is one of the senators who wrote a Nov. 15 letter to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.

State Dept. Defends Management Reforms Against Senators' Complaints

McCain and Shaheen want more consultation with Congress on staff cuts.

The EEOC Just Made It a Lot Easier To File a Sexual Harassment Complaint

The government has created an online portal for initiating complaints.

The Potential Payoff for Applying Metrics and Analytics to Government Is Significant

But managers need more training, and all employees need to be involved in performance initiatives.

Trump to Congress: Offset Disaster Relief With Cuts to Agency Spending

White House requests $11 billion in cuts—and potentially more—to pay for hurricane response.

Last of 24 Scammers Impersonating IRS Agents Pleads Guilty

Probe of money laundering conspiracy involved Justice, Homeland Security and Treasury IG.