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Being Quiet Is Part of Being a Good Leader

After interviews with 200 senior business executives, Hal Gregersen of MIT found that one of the virtues of good leadership is listening properly.

Rep. Gregg Harper, R-Miss., introduced a bill to eliminate the commission.

GOP Plan to Kill Election Assistance Commission Would Save $40 Million, CBO Says

Agency set up after 2000 election debacle helps states maintain voting machines.

Budget Director Mick Mulvaney speaks to reporters during a daily press briefing at the White House on Feb. 27.

Trump Is Headed for a Budget Battle

The new president is about to learn how difficult it is to get Congress to approve his spending priorities.

Taking a Targeted Approach to Civil Service Reform

There have been dozens of studies, but there hasn’t been a major overhaul since 1978.

House Passes Bills to Further Review Regulations, Reduce Agency Advocacy

Opponents say measures amount to a gag order on federal agencies.

Jeff Sessions Recuses Himself

The attorney general stepped aside from the Russia investigation on Thursday amid questions about his contacts with Moscow’s ambassador during the election.

Senior White House officials are sworn in on Jan. 22.

Trump Transition Team Spurned Ethics, Management Training

GSA had put out a bid for courses aimed at orienting White House staff and nominees in the ways of government.

Secret Service Officer Pleads Guilty to Enticing Minors for Sex

Now-fired employee was assigned to White House before arrest.

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