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Tight Funding Is Starving Financial Regulatory Agency, Outgoing Official Says

Free to speak on final day, CFTC enforcement director calls agency 'absolutely undersized.'

How to Get a Micromanager Off Your Back

(Re)building trust and gaining autonomy in the workplace.

6 Trends Driving Change in Government

Exploring how federal managers will respond to a changing environment.

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Accidentally Covers Dead People

Agency mistakenly paid $23 million on behalf of deceased beneficiaries in 2011.

Report: DHS Employees Claim Unworked Overtime

Whistleblowers allege abuse of administratively uncontrollable overtime.

Committee grills witnesses on security lapses that led to the Washington Navy Yard shooting in September.

Agencies Promise Security Clearance Fixes Soon

Senators promote their own plans to ensure increased oversight.

The Truth About D.C.'s Growing Knowledge-Based Economy

D.C. has come into its own as an economic powerhouse.

3 Ways Leaders Build (or Break) Trust

By consistently demonstrating these traits a leader builds and sustains trust.

FAA (Finally) Eases Restrictions on Gadgets

Policy change can go into effect as soon as airlines are ready.

Employees Who Qualify for Security Clearances Owe $85M in Back Taxes

GAO estimates debts to gauge risk of financial vulnerability.