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How I Lead: Working With the Government’s Best, Trying to Prevent the Worst

A DHS counterterrorism official describes leading from the front.

Acting IRS Commissioner Danny Werfel

Shutdown Prompts IRS to Delay Start of Tax Season

Acting chief Werfel might revisit 2014 schedule this December.

People Who Play Team Sports Are More Likely to Land a Job

Looking for a new gig? Time to join that softball league...

Jeffrey Zients, former chief U.S. performance officer

Zients Looped In to Oversee Health Care Website Fixes

Former performance officer just returned to lead economic council.

Federal Agencies Lost 6,000 Jobs in September

The government has shed 87,000 jobs in the last 12 months.

Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration J. Russell George

IRS Still Behind on Curbing Improper Tax Credit Claims

Auditors cite as much as $13 billion in overpayments.

Is Your Coworker a Jerk...or Just Mentally Ill?

Mental health is more important than ever in the workplace.

Census Bureau Reschedules Key Reports Following Shutdown

Release dates for some economic indicators delayed more than two weeks.