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How to Stay True To Your Values at Work

A 3-step process to writing your personal social constitution.

A municipal health worker sprays insecticide to kill Aedes aegypti mosquitoes, which spread the Zika virus, in Campina Grande, Brazil.

Should Federal Agencies Stop Researching Drunk Birds to Fund the Zika Response?

Obama battles Congress for emergency funding as agencies prepare for outbreak.

Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee Chairman Ron Johnson, R-Wis., and three colleagues wrote a letter to the OMB director.

Senators to OMB: Get Cracking on Effort to Standardize Spending Data

Behind-schedule pilot to ease DATA Act reporting burden on contractors may not follow the law.

NASA astronaut Sunita Williams participated in three spacewalks.

For the Future Success of Space Exploration, We Need More Female Astronauts

Even in the final frontier of outer space, women are bumping into a glass ceiling.

Acting OPM Director Beth Cobert said the contracts "allow federal agencies to ... take a highly efficient and innovative approach to their human capital and training requirements."

GSA and OPM Sign With 109 Vendors for Human Capital Training

Move is part of Obama administration push for category management.

What Everyone Gets Wrong About Grit

It's not just a tool to achieve success.

The International Space Station's Odometer Hits 100,000 Orbits

The space laboratory has now traveled about 2.6 billion miles since 1998.

Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell .

Quietly, the Federal Government is Expanding Transgender Rights

In a ruling Friday, the Department of Health and Human Services said Obamacare outlaws discrimination on the basis of gender identity.