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 Scott Kelly on a Dec. 21, 2015 spacewalk outside the International Space Station.

The Management Lessons Retired Astronaut Scott Kelly Learned in Space

A conflict-free workplace has been discovered, 250 miles away from Earth.

Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, questioned nominee Stephen Vaden's experience for the job.

Largest Federal Labor Union Opposes Trump’s Pick for Top USDA Lawyer

AFGE says Stephen Vaden “has shown contempt” for union contract, while Democratic senators question his experience, defense of controversial voter ID laws.

VA Secretary David Shulkin said he used his own money to pay for sightseeing on Europe trip.

Shulkin Stresses Accountability of VA Employees While Defending His Own

VA chief says reporters did not do their homework before accusing him of wasting taxpayer money on personal excursions during a trip to Europe in July.

Arianna Huffington's Solution For Women Who Don't Know What To Wear To Work

Women often spend a lot of time searching for appropriate workplace attire. Arianna Huffington prefers not to.

It’s Time to Improve Government’s Use of Metrics and Analytics

When used effectively in managing performance, the gains can be impressive.

Foreign Service Is Being Depleted at a 'Dizzying Speed,' Union Says

Cuts "are hard to square with the stated agenda of making State and the Foreign Service stronger," says leader of current and retired diplomats.

Kirstjen Nielsen testifies during a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs committee hearing on her nomination to be Department of Homeland Security Secretary on Nov. 8.

Trump's Nominee for DHS Pledges Hiring Reforms, New Immigration Deportation Priorities

Kirstjen Nielsen takes a softer tone on immigration policy, says officers should follow Obama-era priorities.

The New Normal: The Government Must Do Better With Major Disasters

An estimated 3.5 million people have registered for federal disaster assistance so far this year.