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White House Transition Survivors Regret Neglecting Congress

The candidates’ teams must begin now to prepare for the next crisis.

"It’s trying to align incentives in the government the way we do in the private marketplace," said Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky.

Want a $10,000 Bonus? Start Looking for Ways to Cut Waste in Your Department

Bipartisan bill that would reward feds who save the government money advances in the Senate.

Passengers wait in a screening line at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport.

Does TSA Have Itself to Blame for Its Current Crisis?

The agency's own budget requests have fallen precipitously in recent years.

Mad Max or Shining City on a Hill: Where Are We Headed?

An “alternative futures” exercise for the next administration.

More Executives Aren't Going to Solve Government’s Performance Problem

A proposed law aims to bolster program management but agencies already have the necessary tools—they just need the commitment.

Rep. Lou Barletta, R-Pa., is the lead sponsor of one of the bills.

House Passes Bills to Speed Up Sales of Federal Buildings

Bipartisan measures would create a Public Buildings Reform Board and streamline leasing.

MSPB Reminds Agencies They Don’t Need Airtight Proof to Get Suspected Criminals Off the Payroll

If agencies reasonably believe employees committed a crime that could carry jail time, they can suspend them indefinitely without pay.

NOAA: The U.S. Looks Due for a Scorching Summer

Forecasts show above-average chances for high heat on both coasts and in Alaska.

The Guide to Getting Global Entry and TSA PreCheck

The process is easier than you might imagine, and the benefits are as good as people say.

Stop Pretending Your Colleagues Are Your Family

When personal preferences eclipse a results-based culture, expect nothing less than disaster.