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Partial Quality Management

What we were saying 20 years ago about improving government performance.

The Latest Perk: Force Employees to Enjoy Vacation by Deleting Their Email

When employees go on vacation, they can turn on “Mail on Holiday,” which automatically deletes all incoming emails.

Displaced Iraqi Yazidi children play under a bridge in central Dahuk Thursday.

Obama: The Situation in Iraq 'Has Greatly Improved'

The president made a statement from Martha's Vineyard Thursday.

5 Things Agencies Must Do To Implement Phased Retirement

The ball is now in their court to fully define how the program will work.

What Leaders Can Learn About Trust from Vladimir Putin

The Russian leader is a study in what-not-to-do kind of lessons.

How Money Warps U.S. Foreign Policy

The key divide on America’s role in the world is no longer between Democrats and Republicans. It’s between elites and everyone else.

The Secret to Reducing Deadline Stress

Set expectations, but more importantly, communicate them to your staff.

Rosa Gumataotao Rios is the current United States Treasurer.

Why All of the U.S. Treasurers Since 1949 Have Been Women

For the last six decades, presidents have treated the treasurer position as a low-risk, high-visibility job that promotes the appearance of diversity while rewarding a loyal supporter.

If Patent Office Staff Lied About Hours Worked, Why Are They So Productive?

Union chief defends telework program, says managers’ claims of abuse are unfounded.

Transparency Groups Want to Oust CIA Chief As White House Backs Him

Brennan accused of violating criminal law and separation of powers.