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Sarah's dog Gem. (Photos courtesy of Sarah Agan)

In the Face of Loss, How Gratitude Helped Me Thrive

When the author’s beloved dog passed away, an experiment in gratitude helped her through and deepened her relationship with her husband

Pentagon Press Secretary George Little

Furloughs, hiring freeze on the table as Defense begins sequester planning

OMB delivers guidance to Pentagon on implementing across-the-board cuts.

Defense Secretary Leon Panetta instituted the efficiency programs in fiscal 2012, with the savings coming over a five-year period.

Defense not monitoring cost-cutting initiatives, report finds

Defense needs standardized metrics to gauge savings and reinvestments, watchdog says.

Best Practices Do Not Work

When it comes to change management, stay as far away as possible from implementing "cookie cutter" best practices in your organization.

3 Ways Smart IT Can Reform Government

Three prescriptions for government agencies looking to accelerate reform through information technology.

1,000 Chainsaws Delivered: How GSA Supports Sandy Relief

Acting Administrator Tangherlini explains how GSA's Disaster Relief Program provides critical support to federal agencies assisting in the ongoing recovery from Hurricane Sandy.

'Boo-urns!': Mr. Burns Explains the Fiscal Cliff

The Simpsons' resident old rich guy tries to explain the fiscal cliff to we common folk.

John Podesta

Clinton administration heavyweights offer spending cuts, tax reforms

Center for American Progress report seeks to curb debt using code progressivity.

Gallup: Most Government Workers Like Working in the Public Sector

Though the majority of Americans would much prefer to work in the private sector.

President Clinton, flanked by his economic team, meets reporters in the Rose Garden of the White House Tuesday, May 26, 1998 to discuss the economy. (Doug Mills/AP)

Can Bill Clinton's Dream Team Fix the Fiscal-Cliff Negotiations?

A group of economic advisers from the Clinton era thinks it may have stumbled upon a brilliant solution for America's current economic situation. Which, given today's Washington gridlock, may not be all that brilliant.