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Air Traffic Controllers at Logan International Airport in Boston,

Why Some Air Traffic Controllers Are Too Tired to Safely Navigate Planes

New report recommends overhaul of FAA’s hiring and scheduling procedures.

How I Lead: Behind the Scenes So Others Can Succeed

A conversation with workforce manager Cherlyn ‘Sunny’ Hester.

GPO prints the annual budget.

Changing GPO’s Name Isn't High on the Congressional Agenda

Slow-moving bill would rechristen 154-year-old agency for the digital age.

4 Ways to Avoid Becoming Part of the Drama

Managers should show empathy, but it’s easy to cross the line.

Uncle Sam Doesn’t Really Know How Many Political Vacancies Agencies Have

Current system only requires agencies to submit data on Senate-confirmed appointments, a fraction of the total.

In Defense of Meetings

Just because we’ve had bad experiences with meetings doesn’t mean we need to throw them out entirely.

Should Federal Personnel Reform Start With IT?

Or do past project failures still have you reeling against any personnel reform?

Former VA Health Chief Kizer Wants Secretary Job

Believes he can help the department mend.

Congress Could Almost Be Done With VA Reform for the Year

Senate passes bill making it easier to fire incompetent VA officials and expanding veterans' access to health care.

How the Rush Syndrome Affects Your Job and Your Health

Adrenaline addiction can be as harmful as cocaine.

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