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That’s a Good Question

Scott Elbin has questions he learned from another leadership coach.

GSA Inspector General Brian Miller

New lines of attack opened against GSA

Conservatives blast empty Miami courthouse, Office of Government Ethics.

Stopgap spending bill may delay repairs to Capitol dome

$61 million in work is needed to plug leaking holes, fix water damage and secure loose ornaments.

The National Weather Service produces Doppler images like this one of rainfall.

NOAA weather forecasting center moving to College Park, Md.

New facility has more servers and data analysis capacity to help the Center for Weather and Climate Prediction.

The case for vacation: Why science says breaks are good for productivity

The first week of August is one of the most popular times for people to take off work. But it might just make us better at our job.

The flu virus under a powerful microscope.

Agencies need better plans to protect feds in a flu pandemic, GAO says

FAA air traffic controllers working in close proximity are especially at risk.

Illinois' state capitol in Springfield

We now have our smallest government in 45 years

America's public sector has shrunk. And shrunk. And shrunk some more.

Feds gain time on financial disclosure requirements

Senator says Congress will revisit potential national security risk after recess.

An electric car refuels at a charging station in San Francisco.

Government’s hired cars should be as green as its own, group says

The federal fleet’s fuel standards should also apply to third-party vehicles, report recommends.

Cass Sunstein

Obama 'regulatory czar' Cass Sunstein to return to Harvard

Sunstein has helped drive 'a series of historic accomplishments,' Obama says.