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A sign advising advising those who are showing possible Ebola symptoms is posted in a lobby of New York's Bellevue Hospital in 2014.

The CDC’s New Quarantine Rule Could Violate Civil Liberties

The proposed regulation could be used to detain people without due process, or examine them without informed consent.

Always Running 10 Minutes Late? There’s a Really Good Reason For That

Laziness isn't the real problem—it's productivity.

Memo to the President: Collaboration Across Boundaries

No significant issue can be addressed solely by an individual government agency.

Create Your Guide for Living (and Managing) in 2017

If you want to lead at your best, you have to live at your best.

Tapping Government’s Biggest Asset—Knowledge

How agencies can develop, share and keep critical expertise.

Trump Says Transition Is No Longer Going Smoothly

Transition spokesman says Obama administration is still being helpful.

Government’s Turnaround Starts at the Bottom

Fixing performance requires making everyone a leader.

There’s a Very Deep Reason Why You Can’t Kick That Bad Habit

"Willpower and self-control are not a good match for habit."

How Ancient Wisdom Can Help Managers Give Their Employees Better Feedback

Many managers say they're uncomfortable giving negative feedback, yet employees tend to consider it helpful to improving importance. Research – and a 13th-century saying – offers some tips.

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