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The Apollo 11 liftoff as seen from Launch Complex 39 press site, July 16, 1969

The Lost Stories of NASA's 'Pink-Collar' Workforce

A newspaper series from America’s golden age of space exploration offers a rare glimpse into the lives of the agency’s secretaries and stenographers.

Activists protest against Labor Secretary nominee Andy Puzder in front of Sen. Marco Rubio's office Feb. 9 in Doral, Fla.

GOP Leaders Reportedly Pressed Trump To Withdraw Labor Secretary Pick

Fast food executive Andrew Puzder drew fierce opposition from labor groups and others.

Do Performance Incentives Make People Greedy?

How we are rewarded shifts our values in surprising ways.

Trump, Citing Column, Says NSA, FBI 'Should Not Interfere in our Politics'

The president, just like his predecessors, believes the leaking of classified information is illegal.

One More Time: Can Government Be Run Like a Business?

Managers have been encumbered far too long by a civil service system that makes managing poor performers more important than rewarding stars.

President Donald Trump watches as Vice President Mike Pence administers the oath of office to Attorney General Jeff Sessions, accompanied by his wife Mary on Feb. 9.

Faced with Vacancies, Trump Quietly Resets Justice Department Succession

Trump signed the executive order the same day Attorney General Jeff Sessions was sworn in.

Trump’s Labor Secretary Nominee Just Got Sued For Labor Violations

Andrew Puzder, Trump's pick for Labor, isn't famous for being a friend to workers.

President Donald Trump congratulates Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin after he was sworn-in by Vice President Mike Pence, Monday, Feb. 13

Donald Trump's Glacial Pace Toward a Full Cabinet

Most presidents have the majority of their Cabinet confirmed by this point in their first term. Why doesn’t he?

Rep. Stephen Lynch, D-Mass., introduced a bill that would carve out an exception for all veterans.

Lawmakers Attempt to Add Veterans to Growing List of Hiring Freeze Exemptions

OPM encourages agencies to continue recruiting and posting openings, despite freeze.

Why Hiring Freezes Don’t Work

Shrinking the workforce through attrition is guaranteed only to produce a federal bureaucracy badly out of step with the government we want.

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