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How McKinsey Does Work-life Balance

The consulting firm has much lower rates of chronic conditions like obesity, diabetes, and heart disease than other companies

A Navy F/A-18 pilot at Naval Air Station LeMoore, California, trains in 2005 in a simulator built and maintained by industry.

Shifting More Work to Defense Labs Could Save Money, Improve Performance

To keep government technical staff relevant, they need better facilities.

House GOP Hires New Firm to Sue Obama After the First One Bails

The original firm, BakerHostetler, bowed out due to "political pressure," so the House has hired William Burck to handle its lawsuit against the president over Obamacare.

White House Intruder Identified as Iraq Veteran While Politicians Take Aim at Secret Service

More details emerge from Friday's White House intrusion and politicians go after the Secret Service.

Technology on a Diet: 5 Reasons to Embrace Open Source

Even with shrinking budgets, agencies can innovate.

How Environment Can Boost Creativity

Dim lighting and ambient noise may lead to more out-of-the-box ideas.

White House Cybersecurity Czar Michael Daniel

For White House Cyber Czar, Being Called a 'Total n00b' Just Comes with the Territory

Despite the flap over recent comments, Michael Daniel remains focused on cybersecurity’s human factor.

A Coast Guard headquarters courtyard at the St. Elizabeths campus.

Will Congress Pull the Plug on Homeland Security’s Move to St. Elizabeths?

GAO blasts department and GSA for lapsed schedule and cost overruns.

A Guide to Ditching the American Penny Once and For All

Will the United States join the brotherhood of nations that finally bid their pennies adieu?

So Many Risks, So Little Time

Agencies aren’t waiting for a governmentwide risk management framework to take action.