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Ex-Pentagon Management Chief Isn't Worried By Spate of Staff Departures

DeLoitte’s Beth McGrath says old office is in good hands, Defense agencies will find audit "illuminating."

The Complete Guide to Swearing at Work

The occasional profanity can be an effective way to manage frustration and diffuse tension.

Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., introduced the legislation.

It Could Get a Lot Harder for Social Security to Close Field Offices

Senator introduces bill that would require a public comment period on planned closures and a report to Congress.

Strategic Planning: Are Agencies Set Up to Fail?

Missions are in jeopardy unless leaders look beyond the Results Act's five-year horizon.

What If We All Hugged It Out?

Just think about the opportunities every day to blow someone away with kindness.

Obama follows through during a round Saturday.

Obama Called Nine Foreign Leaders While on Vacation

He also played the same number of rounds of golf.

Artist George Munger painted a scene of the Capitol after it was burned.

200 Years Ago Today Washington Was On Fire

Invading British soldiers torched most government buildings, including the Capitol, in August 1814.

First responders are among those invited to submit ideas.

Homeland Security Science Chief Wants to Know What You Think His Goals Should Be

Undersecretary Brothers launches collaborative online channel for feedback on long-term strategies.

Is This the Right Time for the White House to Promote Working from Home?

Allegations of feds abusing telework at Patent and Trademark Office put honest employees and managers in a tough spot.