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Kathleen Sebelius will resign her position.

HHS Secretary to be Replaced by OMB Chief

Kathleen Sebelius to resign in wake of failed Healthcare.gov launch.

The Most Valuable Management Degree Doesn’t Exist

To make organizations more effective, we need data-driven leaders.

Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa

Blowing the Whistle at Your Agency May Have Just Gotten Easier

Senator is creating a new caucus to ensure whistleblower protections are enforced.

Former IRS official Lois Lerner

House Panel Holds Ex-IRS Official in Contempt

Oversight panel divides over whether Lerner waived Fifth Amendment rights.

The building of the Ministry of the Environment in Stockholm, Sweden.

Sweden: The New Laboratory for a Six-Hour Work Day

Officials hope less time at the office will make workers healthier and more productive.

Innovation Lessons Down Under

How the Australian Public Service built an institutional framework that empowers change.

The right attitude can make all the difference in the workplace.

8 Ways We Bring Our Co-Workers Down

How to shake 'attitude brands' that can damage your career.

Could Social Media Help Catch Abuse of Disability Benefits?

IG calls for pilot program to help uncover Social Security fraud.

The Unexpected Benefit of Telling People What Their Coworkers Make

Advocates for pay disclosure typically focus on the advantage it gives to women in negotiating for equal pay. But new research suggests that companies might be the real winners.

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