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Rx for 21st-Century Government: Nimbler Hiring and Trained Managers

Millennials aren’t exactly flocking to “overly bureaucratic” agencies.

4 Tips for Better One-on-One Meetings With Your Manager

Don’t just sit back and wait to get the attention you need.

What If Government Operated More Like Disney?

Even in the Magic Kingdom, transformation doesn’t come easily.

The 64,000 square foot facility is 98 percent complete and sits empty.

Generals in Afghanistan Failed to Cancel Unneeded $36 Million Facility

SIGAR and lawmakers call for generals to be held accountable for “misconduct and mismanagement.”

Obama Is Creating a 1,500-Mile 'Butterfly Corridor' to Help Monarchs

The Transportation Department and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will help rehabilitate butterfly habitats from Mexico to Minnesota.

Obama Talks Climate Change at Coast Guard Academy

Continues administration's push to address global warming and greenhouse-gas emissions.

Judge Wants 'Rolling' Release of Clinton Emails

The State Department wants to put most of the Democratic front-runner's emails out in January, but a federal judge rejected that plan.

Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., convened the markup.

Transparency and Efficiency Bills Clear House Oversight Panel

Package of five includes new tools for inspectors general, use of evidence in policymaking.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell speaks at the Capitol Tuesday.

McConnell Will Allow Vote On NSA Reform Bill

The Senate Majority Leader said Tuesday he will allow a vote on the House-passed NSA reform bill later this week, but there are no guarantees it will pass.

How to Protect Yourself From Unethical Persuasion

Did you ever wonder, ‘Why did I say yes?’