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One Way Trump Went 'Big League' In His First 100 Days

The stack of executive orders, proclamations and memoranda Trump has signed makes other presidents' stacks look puny

How to Maximize Employee Performance

The administration’s plan to “eliminate unnecessarily redundant levels of management or administrative support” will open the door to empowering employees.

Winners and Losers in the Omnibus Spending Deal

The compromise to fund agencies through September needs approval by Friday to avoid shutdown.

The Big Challenge for Senior Executives: Confronting Complexity

Traditionally governmental functions are now being co-produced with the private and nonprofit sectors.

"BBG does not do propaganda," said CEO and Director John Lansing.

Broadcasting Board Chief Dismisses Story that Trump Would Co-Opt His Agency

World Press Freedom Day panel stresses role of U.S. broadcasting in “fake news” era.

Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner attend a news conference with President Trump and Jordan’s King Abdullah II  on April 5.

Feds Think Trump Should Play By the Same Rules They Have to Follow

Two-thirds are concerned by his potential business conflicts of interest and appointments of family members, survey shows.

Poll: Feds Feel Disrespected by Trump, Give Him Low Approval Marks

Federal workforce largely does not support the president's workforce reform efforts.

Trump’s Next 1,360 Days

The administration has provided some useful clues as to how this is going to play out.

Special IG Calls for Trump-Era Recalibration in Afghanistan

With rising casualties and chaos, agencies should re-prioritize programs, says Sopko.

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