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The Phoenix VA Health Care Center has come under scrutiny after allegations of gross mismanagement and neglect.

Advocacy Groups Offer VA Whistleblowers a New Outlet

Website allows employees to air complaints of wrongdoing; investigators will try to follow up.

Justice Is Fast-Tracking Cyber Hires

Department officials are using special rules to fill vacancies more quickly.

VA Faces Systemwide Problems with Patient Scheduling

Personnel have “gamed” the system for years, lawmakers are told.

Study: You Really Can 'Work Smarter, Not Harder'

Research shows that reflecting after learning something new makes it stick in your brain.

Obama Has Every Reason to Fix the VA. Why Hasn't He?

The candidate made taking care of veterans a pledge and a priority.

What It Will Take to Improve Morale

Fixing employee engagement starts with managers.

Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki

What to Expect at Thursday’s Senate Hearing on VA Deaths

Shinseki unlikely to heed calls that he step down as IG probe continues.

The Future of Federal Service Doesn’t Have to Be So Bleak

We put a man on the moon, and we can fix government too.

A Border Patrol vehicle drives in San Diego, CA

Federal Vehicles Will be Guinea Pigs for New Safety Devices

GSA and highway safety agency will share information on technological innovations.

Nothing Changes Until You Do

How to train that inner critic to lighten up.

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