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President Trump meets with personnel working at the Emergency Operations Center in Austin, Texas, Aug. 29.

OPM Creates Emergency Leave Program for Harvey Victims

Workers may donate their unused leave to federal colleagues in need.

U.S. Border Patrol Agent Steven Blackburn looks out while standing on the bow of an air boat during a search a rescue operation in Houston.

Feds in Harvey's Path Are Sleeping in Their Offices to Keep Agencies Operational

What dozens of facility closures has meant for federal employees in Southeast Texas.

A customer walks into an Exxon filling station and convenience store on Aug. 31 in Bedford, Texas.

New Worries for Federal Fleet Managers: Rising Gas Prices, Assuming Gas Is Available

Gas prices are up because so much fuel comes from places where Harvey hit.

Fewer Taxpayers Fall Prey to Identity Thieves, IRS Chief Says

Agency’s countermeasures show progress, though causes for decline are unclear.

Beware Attempting to Fix a Difficult Employee

The odds are great that you will miss the mark, damage your reputation, and damage team performance.

The Opioid Epidemic is Finally a National Emergency – Eight Years Too Late

On August 10, President Trump declared the opioid epidemic a national emergency. But we need to do a lot more to prevent this crisis from escalating even further.

There’s One in Every Group (And How to Make Sure It’s You)

When your to-do list gets longer, it’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking that the only way out is to put in more hours at work. There’s a better way.

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson at the State Department on Aug. 15.

Why Keep State Department Special Envoys?

The secretary of state’s plan to eliminate or merge several high-profile positions has many supporters.

The Looming Consequences of Breathing Mold

Flooding means health issues that unfold for years.