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When Is ‘Good Enough’ Good Enough?

In the real world there’s not enough time, or resources, to do everything 100 percent.

The Mind Does Not Belong in a Cubicle

Our brains evolved to work most efficiently in natural environments.

Know How to Use the Power Tools of Change

Delegations of authority are the key to driving agencywide initiatives.

Park Service Designates Site of a 1950s Plane Crash as a Landmark You Will Never See

Move raises broader questions about the purpose of preservation, and the balance between conceptual and physical efforts to save something.

Charles Edwards was removed from his interim post on the DHS science and technology staff following the release of a Senate report .

Former DHS Watchdog Who Got Too Cozy With Managers Is Put on Leave

Yearlong probe finds Charles Edwards violated principle of IG independence.

4 Ways to Get Your Ideas Implemented

How to get others on board, especially if you lack the authority.

The remains of a nursing home, left, apartment complex, center, and fertilizer plant, right, destroyed by an explosion at a fertilizer plant in West, Texas.

Federal Report: Regulatory Confusion Contributed to Texas Chemical Disaster

U.S. Chemical Safety Board releases preliminary findings from investigation.

SBA Isn’t Ready to Boast Yet, But All Agencies Have Met Their Small Biz Contracting Goals

This would mark the first time in seven years that all agencies have met their targets.

APWU President Mark Dimondstein led the protest.

Nationwide Protests Call for End to Postal Service Partnership With Staples

Union, USPS employees say the deal is an affront to federal workers.

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