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Secretary of State Rex Tillerson speaks to employees on Wednesday.

Tillerson Praises State Dept.'s Work Product, Promises Career Satisfaction

"We don’t intend to leave anybody out," he says as listening exercise continues.

Developing 21st Century Senior Intelligence Executives Into Leaders

It’s time to look beyond technical technical expertise and help people develop the skills they need to succeed as top managers.

Panetta Continues Pushing for Pentagon Recruiting Reforms

Op-ed calls for allowing experienced professionals to enter military services at higher ranks.

Federal Scientists March for Their Work, and Against Trump

We have "devoted our lives" to fields now in flux, some federal employees say.

The Trump Administration Sketches a Border-Fence Plan

Mick Mulvaney, the president’s budget director, told reporters Tuesday that 20-foot-tall steel fencing will replace existing cyclone fencing along the southern border.

OMB’s Biggest Challenge

Government does not have the systems in place today to identify the best performers or rationalize staffing.

Last week, the Senate voted 60-38 to confirm Alex Acosta as secretary of Labor.

Appointee Watch: The 100-Day Mark

Trump administration named several nominees ahead of milestone.

How Trump's Property in Manila Looms Over His Interactions With Duterte

The president’s decision to invite the leader of the Philippines to the White House is another example of a gesture complicated by his business interests.

There’s No Good Way to Kill a Bad Idea

If you’ve ever found yourself unable to halt someone else's idiotic plans once they were already in motion, you’re not alone.

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