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Becoming the architects of our lives: With a few design tweaks, we can create environments that help us achieve our goals. (Image via Alphaspirit /

How We Set Ourselves Up to Fail

By designing our environments with an awareness of psychology and self, we could alter how we reach our goals.

Analysis: Don’t be fooled -- this transition matters more than ever

Second-term leadership changes are pivotal as agencies face fiscal pressure.

Are Government Workers Learning Anything?

Government’s New Breed of Executives—Chief Learning Officers—are working to ensure organizations are creating cultures of learning and development.

GAO Readies Its ‘Naughty List’ of Duplicative Programs

This holiday season, the Government Accountability Office is compiling a list and checking it twice – of all the government programs it deems as potentially duplicative or overlapping.

A Secretary John Kerry would elevate climate issues

The Massachusetts Democrat is a possible choice for the top State and Defense jobs.

Afghans sit on basic tools to fight money laundering

Auditors fault embassy and DHS for stalled training of locals.

Poll Shows Americans Fear Entitlement Cuts the Most in 'Cliff' Talks

A plurality have already fingered a favorite scapegoat if Congress and the White House fail to reach an agreement: everyone

Analysis: Obama is using the permacampaign to change Washington from the outside

The president aims to win the fiscal-cliff debate the same he won the election -- barnstorming through battleground states and email-blasting supporters.

Start Your Day With The 8 Irresistible Principles of Fun

Having a rough morning? Want more fun in your life? Start your day with this video.

23,600 employees accept Postal Service buyouts

Separation incentives are part of ongoing workforce reduction effort as lawmakers continue to pursue reforms.