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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.

A Dangerous Moment for Career Senior Executives

Mass reassignments in the name of “draining the swamp” threaten the integrity of the Senior Executive Service. Good government groups need to speak up.

Helping Needy Coworkers Can Be Exhausting

Being a team player at work can benefit others. But helping coworkers too much may put your own job in jeopardy.

None of the 19 Agencies Trump Sought to Abolish Appears in Danger

Congress thus far has preserved their funds as lawmakers face a crammed September calendar.

Donated items sit in a loading dock in Dallas as volunteers organize the items for Hurricane Harvey victims Aug. 29.

Trump’s Harvey Dilemma

The flood insurance program is expiring just as the president and Congress will need to figure out how to fund Houston’s recovery.

Is OPM’s Employee Survey a Valuable Tool?

The forthcoming Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey is likely to show a deterioration in employee engagement.