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Analysis: Why Obama’s pick for Interior Secretary is a shrewd move

Jewell gets business enough to make smart calls on fracking, but also shares conservation priorities.

Analysis: Spending Cuts Stink, but They're Overhyped

Agencies have an incentive to make sequestration seem more dire than it is.

Analysis: Pulling agencies back from the cliff

Fixing the budget process can restore fiscal stability for the long haul.

Controller Danny Werfel

Controller outlines strategy to simplify government

‘Parochial’ interests, lack of urgency hold back modernization, controller says.

If You’re Good at What You Do, You Need Negative Feedback

The better you are the more negative feedback you require.

Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner stepped down last month.

The 22 Funniest #GeithnerBookTitles Tweets

Former Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner is writing a book.

6 Simple Ways to Expand Your Network

A quick how to for meeting new people and making lasting connections.

Who is Sally Jewell, Obama's choice for Interior Secretary?

Jewell is president and CEO of Recreational Equipment Inc.

Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe says schedule will save $2 billion annually.

Postal Service announces plan to end Saturday mail delivery

Agency would keep six-day package delivery and avoid layoffs, officials say.

The American Commuter Spends 38 Hours a Year Stuck in Traffic

... and it's even worse in big cities. In D.C., Los Angeles, and San Francisco, the typical car commuter spends more than 60 hours -- more than a week of work-time -- sitting in his car, stuck.