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Lockheed Martin Fears $825 Million Hit From Sequestration

Company still awaits guidance on specific federal program cuts.

Analysis: George W. Bush Is a Good Man

In the rush to mythologize and demonize our presidents, we forget they’re human.

Federal Charity Drive Sees Falling Donations, Participation Rates

Feds give 5.3 percent less through CFC; military has highest participation.

Travelers stand in a long line at Los Angeles International Airport Monday.

FAA Steps Up Flight Delay Warnings as Furloughs Are Challenged in Court

Airline industry and pilots association ask appeals court to halt sequester of funds.

House Oversight Committee Chairman Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif.

Reconsidering the General Schedule

Lawmakers take another look at the 60-year-old federal pay system.

Obama’s compliance with Performance Act lacks interim measures, according to auditors.

Agency Priority Goals Need Clarifying, GAO Finds

Obama’s compliance with Performance Act lacks interim measures, auditors say.

6 Characteristics the Best Mentors Have in Common

Do you mentor with these qualities in mind?

How the Rise of Telework Is Changing Our Cities

As we plan cities of the future, the line between work and home is quickly collapsing.

Presence in Boston When It Mattered Most

Leadership lessons learned from the events in Boston.

George W. Bush's Reluctant Re-Emergence on the Political Scene

The ex-president is preparing to dedicate his library this week.