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What Really Grinds Federal IT Managers’ Gears? Try the Hiring Process

The CIO Council has just wrapped up a survey of the IT workforce about its frustrations with the federal hiring process.

New BBG chief executive Andrew Lack.

Broadcasting Board’s New CEO: 'I Didn't Come Here to Cut'

Andrew Lack tells troubled staff he is aiming for growth.

A fire hydrant sits cleared from surrounding snow in downtown Boston.

It Takes 8,700 Volunteers to Measure American Snowfall

Since 1890, the National Weather Service has relied on a network of volunteer observers.

Why Good Managers Sometimes Make Bad Crisis Leaders

Standard problem-solving is better left to day-to-day operations.

IRS Paid Identity Thieves $5.8 Billion in 2013, Blames Budget Cuts

Smaller budgets have prevented the agency from properly preventing identity thieves from collecting fraudulent tax returns.

The Coast Guard is the only agency that has moved to the new location so far.

Scaled-Back DHS Headquarters Plan Would Squeeze 3,000 More People Into the Same Space

Flexible workplace strategies would help accommodate 17,000 employees in an area originally planned for 14,000.

New Yorkers line up at a food truck in May.

A Healthy Menu Makeover for Food Trucks

An NIH-funded project aims to expand nutritious dining options in Los Angeles.

Most Americans Now Back Ground Troops Against ISIS

The Islamic State's brutality has dramatically shifted public opinion in the United States.

Watchdog: Pentagon Could Learn from HHS on Curbing Medical Claims Fraud

Health and Human Services has a better system than Defense does for identifying improper payments, GAO says.

The 2012 ribbon cutting ceremony for VA's Warriors to Workforce program, which won an innovation award.

VA and NASA Win Multiple Innovation Awards

Harvard’s Ash Center recognizes 13 federal programs in state-centered list.