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Shrinking budgets and political polarization among hurdles for next four years

Executives also face a looming retirement wave and must improve job performance measures.

Nine Government Reforms Obama Should Discuss with Romney

President Obama said in his first post-election press conference that he was going to ask Governor Romney’s advice on government reform. There has been a lot of advice developed in recent months! Here are some potential resources for them to draw upon.

Fed chairman calls fiscal cliff a threat, predicts growth if it's avoided

Long-term debt plan 'could help make the new year a very good one,' he says.

Current FBI headquarters in Washington, DC.

Tight times require creative approaches to funding new FBI headquarters

GSA could consider exchanging the current property for a new one, rather than a traditional sale.

New Yorkers wait for assistance from a FEMA trailer on Coney Island after Sandy hit the area.

Most voters give Uncle Sam the thumbs-up for Sandy response

Survey also finds respondents evenly divided over whether feds or states should foot the bill for cleanup.

Is the TSA Killing Us?

Many will take to the roads over Thanksgiving to avoid the hassle of air travel--and that leads to higher traffic fatalities.

Obama sends Hillary Clinton to Middle East for Gaza talks

Secretary of State visiting Jerusalem, Ramallah and Cairo.

3 Ways to Leverage Your Time to Restore Work-Life Balance

Determine your top life priorities and make sure you allocate the proper time investment to all of them.

Drive Change Using the Lurk and Listen Method

The key to successful change lies in employees--employees from the mailroom to the boardroom.