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How Agencies Can ‘Get the Most Out of Strategic Reviews’

Report stresses need for sustained leadership attention to goals.

HUD Nominee Coasts Through Senate Questioning

Castro stresses data metrics, need to reform Fannie and Freddie.

Accepting the Help When You Need It Most

Life-changing challenges can strengthen your connections at home and work.

A two-month-old Pacific white-sided dolphin swims together with her mother.

Obama Moves to Create World's Largest Marine Sanctuary

The proposal would double the amount of ocean that is already protected globally.

"The causal relationship between this rhetoric and the IRS targeting is clear," said Rep. Darrell Issa, R-California.

IRS and FBI Push Back at Republican Charges of Coverup

Oversight chairman Issa’s latest report says political rhetoric prompted targeting of tea party groups.

Why Bonuses Should Be Part of the Solution at VA

The prospect of financial rewards reinforces accountability.

Can Your Agency's CIO Stop a Project That Isn’t Performing?

Federal chief information officers often lack the authority to do their jobs, GAO says.

Defense Secretary Robert Gates, right, addresses the audience while former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld looks on during Rumsfeld's portrait unveiling ceremony at the Pentagon, in 2010.

Vanity Portraits: Not Much of a Drain on the Budget

It turns out agencies don’t spend much on paintings of their leaders.

Executive Order Will Ban Contractors from Discriminating Against Gay Employees

Plan is to pressure Congress to pass broader law applying to employers nationwide, according to reports.

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