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Despite Drugs, Sex with a Minor and More, EPA Employees Still Got Paid

IG documents problem employees receiving administrative leave while under investigation.

The 5 Key Traits of a Successful Digital Government Strategy

No government organization will succeed in today’s fast-changing environment without a cohesive digital strategy.

London travelers wait for a train at Waterloo Underground Station in 2014.

Do You Think You Have a Long Commute? Millions Spend Two Hours Traveling to Work Each Day

If you live in horror of your sweaty train/bus/bike ride to work, then spare a thought for the 3 million UK commuters who spend more than two hours a day traveling to…

Barack Obama signs two presidential memoranda associated with his actions on immigration in his office on Air Force One in 2014.

Court Rules Obama's Immigration Executive Actions Are Unconstitutional

A three-judge panel on the Fifth Circuit decides against the administration, leaving it likely to appeal the ruling to the Supreme Court.

Obama Administration Smacks Down DEA Chief on the 'Ferguson Effect'

Chuck Rosenberg is the second appointee to break ranks with the president over whether police are “chilled” by scrutiny.

Strengthening the Links in Government

How the next president can build on cross-agency collaboration.

The Next Act . . . for Later Career Leaders

You wake up one day, and your priorities shift.

MccArthy speaks in Colorado about the Animas River spill in August.

EPA's Gina McCarthy’s Harsh Words for Keystone XL

Comments made public Friday reveal her to be more critical than other Cabinet-level officials.

Merging Common Purchases Makes Dollars and Sense

Taking a page from industry’s book on smarter spending.