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Special Counsel Carolyn Lerner

Activists Laud Special Counsel’s Entry into Whistleblower Case

Lerner’s amicus brief challenges Pentagon stance on removing employees from ‘sensitive’ positions.

The 5 Best Management Tips of the Week

A roundup of the best management tips from around the web.

Nondefense Slice of Domestic Spending on Track to Hit 50-Year Low

Government operations and welfare programs take big hits in both Democratic and GOP plans.

Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va.

Senate Budget Blueprint Targets Retirement Backlog, Duplicative Reports

Sen. Warner draws bipartisan support for three amendments affecting agencies.

OMB Instructs Agencies on Freezing Real Estate Footprint

Reducing office space, increasing use of co-location encouraged.

Metro Takes $8 Million Sequestration Hit

Furloughs could cost another $10 million, with ridership already declining as fares rise.

3 Must-Follow Tips For Successfully Implementing New Tech Initiatives

Rolling out new technology in your organization? Three steps for new tech success.

Thomas E. Perez, Assistant Attorney General of the U.S. Justice Department's civil rights division.

Analysis: Labor Nominee Draws Unfair Criticism

Conservatives go after the head of the Voting Rights Section of the Justice Department for "cruddy" lawyering and "racial scaremongering against voter ID laws."

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.