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The Pentagon Has No Idea How Many Employees It Needs

Laws capping number of employees have been waived since 2002.

5 Strategic Planning Mistakes to Avoid in 2015

How to keep those new initiatives on track.

Attention: A Muscle to Strengthen

A doctor's recommendations for mental health evoke more philosophy than biology.

"We should be open to anything and everything," Michelle Lee said. "Including topics raised in the 113th Congress, and it could be new ideas."

Obama Nominee Stays Mum on Fighting Patent Trolls

Michelle Lee is a popular pick to run the Patent and Trademark Office. But don’t expect her to prescribe to Congress how—or when—it should tackle patent trolls.

How to Uncover Happiness When You're a Leader

Stress can lead to depression, if you're not paying attention.

Survey: Acquisition Workforce Falling Behind on Training

Contractors group warns that budget uncertainties and brain drain threaten prospects for improvement.

A Compelling Case for Bringing Back Private Offices at Work

Offices give people control over their productivity and foster efficiency.

Deese will coordinate the administration's efforts to negotiate a new international climate pact in Paris late this year.

Obama Taps Budget Official to Replace John Podesta in White House Inner Circle

Brian Deese will take over Podesta’s climate and energy portfolio as the White House rushes to complete green initiatives and counter GOP attacks.

Poll: Spending on Infrastructure Is a Top Priority for Americans

Democrats and Republicans are at an impasse on infrastructure funding, but a majority of Americans support new spending on such investment.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection

This is What Congressional Micromanagement Looks Like

Bill tells DHS precisely what it needs in the way of fences, roads and boat ramps to achieve “operational control” of the border.