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On the Use of Memes in Government Communication

Don't rely on cat pictures, and humor can be tricky.

Justice, HHS Recover $3.3 Billion from Medicare Fraudsters

IG report hints sequestration might have prevented recapturing even more.

How Old Is the Senior Executive Service?

Four percent of the government’s top leaders are under the age of 40, according to the latest data.

When Fatigue Boosts Creativity

Most of the time, we do better on tasks when we're most awake. But some problems require a mind that's just a bit tired—or otherwise impaired.

From the web to apps to drones.

Amazon Gets Approval for Experimental Drones

The FAA just granted limited approval for Amazon to test drones for research and development.

Pro-police demonstrators stand outside the Ferguson, Mo., police department last weekend.

Americans Think Feds Are Doing More Harm Than Good for Local Cops

Survey finds voters -- especially Republicans -- do not think the federal government is helping community police forces.

Obama signs the executive order, as Senior Adviser Brian Deese and Federal Chief Sustainability Officer Kate Brandt look on.

Obama Orders Agencies to Cut Greenhouse Gas Emissions Significantly

Agencies must reduce emissions by 40 percent within the next decade, and increase their use of renewable energy.

10 Ways to Lead Bigger

The next step is to play a larger role in the broader organization.

Lawmakers want board chairman Rafael Moure-Eraso to leave before his term is up in June.

Bipartisan Group of Lawmakers Calls for Chemical Safety Board Firings

House Oversight’s letter to Obama cites misleading testimony, mismanagement, private emails.

Email Compliance Will Be a Tall Order Without More Resources

Federal records managers lack the authority and tools to meet digital requirements.