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The Ebola Plan Was in Place, So Why Did It Falter in Dallas?

CDC's plans are only as effective as the individual hospitals and doctors tasked with carrying them out.

Making Data Real: Lessons From Federal Leaders

How analytics led to better performance at three agencies.

Pierson testified on the Hill this week.

Secret Service Director Julia Pierson Resigns

"I salute her 30 years of distinguished service to the Secret Service and the nation," said the Homeland Security secretary.

From the Tropics to the Tundra: 3 Benefits of Engaging Your Stakeholders

Meeting on their turf puts program challenges in perspective.

Mount Rainier National Park taped up signs in October 2013.

An Unhappy Anniversary to the Government Shutdown and

With the midterm congressional elections just over a month away, both parties are using the milestone to refresh voters' memories.

A walkway connecting sections of the Coast Guard's new headquarters at St. Elizabeths. The Coast Guard headquarters was the first phase of the project.

GSA Presses Ahead with Homeland Security Consolidation

Agency awards contract for renovating a building that will hold 700 employees.

What Quarantine In the U.S. Looks Like

American doctors may not be used to dealing with Ebola, but they are highly trained by the CDC to stop the spread of infectious disease.

Pump Up the Jams and Feel Powerful

The right background music can affect how you take initiative.

How Congress Could Help Agencies Resist Hasty End-of-the-Year Spending

Agencies move money at five times the normal rate in the final week of the fiscal year, study shows.