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NASA, Angry Birds and the Question of Gamification

NASA and Angry Birds have teamed up to spread the word about Curiosity.

Clinton: Former Myanmar generals inspired by 'The West Wing'

Secretary of State says NBC drama taught leaders about the democratic process.

Attorney General Eric Holder

Report clears attorney general, cites 14 others in Fast and Furious operation

IG says ‘systemic’ problems led to gun-tracking program’s failure.

John Palguta, vice president for policy at the Partnership for Public Service

Managers warned not to neglect front-line supervisors in tough times

Employee engagement also is critical to boosting morale, panel says.

How to Use a Leadership Coach

Getting the best out of a coach isn't always easy.

3 Rules for Hiring Contractors

A few tips to help you get the most out of taxpayer dollars when looking for contract support.

Apple's iOS 6 Arrives Today--How to Prepare

The latest version of Apple's mobile operating systems brings new features.

Lawmakers could change STOCK Act provisions before leaving town

Senior executives’ group hopes Congress will alter online financial disclosure rules for thousands of feds.

Agencies could make smarter training program investments, watchdog finds

Better guidance could help avoid duplication and ineffective program, GAO says.

When Did 'Apology' Become a Dirty Word?

An apology shows that a leader is self-aware, capable of self-deprecation and open to change