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Ask EIG: 5 Steps to Stop a New Appointee From Killing Your Project

How can we avoid new leaders disrupting existing plans and momentum?

“We’re getting emails and inquiries from employees who are interested in doing that,” NTEU's Colleen Kelley said Thursday.

Unions Bargain for Voluntary Furloughs

Those opting for unpaid leave forfeit some protections, and it may not help colleagues anyway, OPM warns.

Postal Service Should Consider Larger Role for Private Sector, Report Says

NAPA withholds judgment on cost-cutting proposal, says major questions remain unanswered.

Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H.

Legislation Would Scrap Annual Budget Process

Lawmakers seek to move Congress to a two-year cycle to give agencies more fiscal certainty.

The absence of timely budgets creates “an uncertainty tax,” Sen. Thomas Carper, D-Del., said.

Crisis Budgeting Creates an 'Uncertainty Tax,' Senator Says

Constant continuing resolutions breed waste, low morale, witnesses tell panel.

The Secret to Productivity: Cute Videos of Kitties?

Research shows indulging in cute animal videos can, in fact, increase productivity.

Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash.

Senate Democrats’ Budget Balances Spending Cuts, Revenue Hikes

Proposal shields federal pay and retirement benefits.

Analysis: Obama Wasted a Big Chance to Sell His Economic Vision

Obama’s shortcomings as a communicator are not new.

Obama Still to Name U.S. Ambassador to the Vatican

How that appointment could come to define the U.S.-papal relationship.

Did Harvard Just Make It OK to Spy on Employees?

Harvard may have made history in setting an example for how to spy on employees.