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Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., ranking member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Commitee

Lawmakers Want to Know More About Why Feds’ Morale Is So Low

House Oversight Democrats say agency effectiveness appears damaged, request GAO study.

USPS Workers Went Bowling, Gambling Using Agency Credit Cards

Postal Service employees spent tens of thousands of dollars for personal expenses on the agency’s dime.

Zero Dark Thirty was nominated for five Academy Awards.

An Unauthorized Leak on Unauthorized 'Zero Dark Thirty' Remarks?

Defense watchdog said to accuse former colleague of spilling report to Congress.

Eating a slice of humble pie can help you in the workplace.

Want to Get Ahead? Be More Humble

Those whom others rated as being more humble were able to form stronger social bonds as they worked to complete a task.

Why You Need to Flex to Connect as a Leader

How to be effective in an increasingly global and diverse workplace.

Air Force Col. Robert Stanley II.

Nuclear Unit Commander to Step Down Amid Missileer Cheating Scandal

Air Force is set to announce results of probe into cheating on job performance exams.

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