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The artist defaced Telescope Peak in Death Valley National Park.

Graffiti Artist 'Creepytings' Is Defacing National Parks

As long as National Park Service budgets shrink, vandalism is going to be a feature of our favorite natural spaces.

Expedition 41 Flight Engineer Barry Wilmore of NASA prepares for his launch onboard the Soyuz TMA-14M spacecraft in September. NASA consistently ranks well on employee surveys.

Where to Find the Government’s Happiest Employees

Science agencies once again boast the most content workers, according to a new survey.

3 Tips for Keeping Your R&D Budget Healthy

You can't do it all, so focus on what your agency does best.

OPM Director Katherine Archuleta committed to helping agencies foster employee engagement

Vets Have Less Faith in Merit-Based Federal Promotions Than Their Peers

Annual governmentwide survey of feds shows concerns over fairness in the workplace and senior leadership.

How Retirement Was Invented

The earliest schemes for financial support in old age were pegged to life expectancy.

Will Obama Fire Staff After Election Day? Probably Not.

Past presidents have often responded to electoral drubbings by changing staff. Here's why this president won't.

Leon Panetta’s Hard Lessons in Leadership

From the memoirs of Obama administration appointees.

Burden of Proof: The New Reality for Senior Execs at VA

Fired executives have few options under final reform rules.

U.S. Navy Lt. Jose Garcia prepares samples for further analysis at a Naval Medical Research Center mobile laboratory at Bushrod Island, Liberia.

This Is What the 'Largest Ever U.S. Response to a Global Health Crisis' Looks Like

A guide to the who, what and how many of the federal government's fight against Ebola.