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Finding a Fix for Government Performance

The Trump administration should look at time-tested management approaches.

The Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration supervises the removal of 68 kilograms of highly enriched uranium (enough for two nuclear weapons) from the Czech Republic in 2013.

Lesson One for Rick Perry: The Energy Department Doesn’t Produce Much Energy

Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry has experience with energy, but if he is confirmed, he should get ready to learn a lot about DoE's big jobs: nuclear security and basic science research.

What Trump Foundation’s ‘Self-dealing’ Disclosure Means For a Conflicted President-elect

Given Trump's substantial conflicts of interest, the foundation's admission of self-dealing should sound a warning to both the president-elect and voters as he takes the oath of office.

Another Reason to Exercise Every Day During the Holidays

Most of us know that exercise is good for you in the long run, but there's compelling evidence to show that it helps you right away. Here's why.

Memo to the President: Performance and Results in Procurement

The government has remarkably little information about how well its procurement system is working.

Trump’s Transition Team is Seeking Names of State Department Staffers Working on Gender-Equality Issues

The department had less than eight hours to turn over a list of names, programs, and funds allocated to gender-related programs.

Memo to the President: Reforming the Federal Budget Process

A return to “regular order” is not enough.

Trump’s 100-Day Plan For Federal Employees and Agencies

The president-elect has vowed to freeze hiring, eliminate wasteful programs, and overhaul certain agencies.

Can Legal Activist Scott Pruitt Undo Clean Air and Water Protections as Head of EPA?

Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt has sued the federal government repeatedly. If he becomes head of EPA and tries to weaken environmental laws, opponents are likely to do the same to him."

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