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The ROI of Culture

How your agency’s culture can boost productivity, attract top talent and cut hiring costs.

Agencies Offer Ideas for Preventing Chemical Disasters

Possible changes, prompted by a 2013 explosion of a Texas facility, include tougher safety requirements on industry.

GSA Whistleblower’s Exit

Deputy Administrator Susan Brita, who sounded the alarm on the agency’s lavish 2010 Las Vegas conference, retires in March.

President Lyndon Johnson declared war on poverty nearly 50 years ago.

What the 50-Year War on Poverty Tells Us About Government

When five decades of spending hasn't caused the statistics to change, it's time for new ideas and new politics.

Making Government Easier to Understand

Annetta Cheek and the Center for Plain Language look to eliminate jargon and overly complicated government communication.

Robert Gates and Joe Biden sat together during the United States Forces-Iraq change of command ceremony in 2010

White House Pushes Back on Gates

The National Security Council is hitting back against criticisms of Vice President Biden from the former Defense secretary's new memoir.

Controversial EPA Reg Finally to Appear in Federal Register

The rule, which will be published on Wednesday, will rein in air pollution from new power plants.

Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Former Defense Secretary Bob Gates' Memoir Doesn't Make Anyone Look Good

Donald Rumsfeld's successor has penned a book that includes some sharply honest takes on his former colleagues.

Sen. Barbara Mikulski, D-Md., leads the chamber's Appropriations Committee.

Lawmakers Nearing Deal on Appropriations

Negotiators have until Jan. 15 to set spending levels across government.

On the local level, the city of Boston for seven years has used a mobile app called Citizens Connect to improve reporting of potholes, damaged signs and graffiti.

Agencies Urged to Engage More Citizens in Government Problem-Solving

Tight budgets make crowd-sourcing through technology a must, says IBM study.