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IRS Reaches Electronic Filing Milestone

83 percent of individual tax returns were filed electronically in 2013.

Nine-to-Fiver or Workaholic? Either Way, It’s Your Parents’ Fault

Researchers have found the how adolescents perceive their parent's work ethic is central to the development of their own work attitude.

Obama Orders Agencies to Use 20 Percent Green Power

The federal government will have until 2020 to get one-fifth of its electricity from renewable sources.

4 Imperatives for Smart Savings That Boost Efficiency

Rethinking technology, process, organization and data.

Hagel to Cut Hundreds of Staff, Contractors and Reorganize for $1B Savings

In July, the Defense secretary ordered a 20 percent reduction in the front office budget.

FBI Director James Comey

FBI Agents Worry Criminals Will Have It Easier if Sequestration Continues

Furloughs, hiring freeze will prevent FBI from properly conducting its mission, group says.

Sylvia Mathews Burwell said she is “cautiously optimistic” about the current House-Senate budget talks.

Budget Director 'Cautiously Optimistic' on Fiscal Talks

White House role is to 'be supportive and stay in touch' with negotiators, Burwell says.

3 Reasons Why Overthinking Is the Root of All Your Problems

Don’t let past regrets or failures keep you from moving forward.

For Some Feds, the Mobile Revolution Means the Workday Never Ends

Employees can work any time, anywhere, and many do just that.

The Art of Trickle-Down Performance Management

With the right metrics, complex intergovernmental programs really can work.