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Federal Government Seeks Public Solution to Spending Less on Travel

GSA turns to crowdsourcing to better manage travel data and create more efficient policies.

Big Breakthroughs Come in Your Late 30s

What the ages of Nobel Prize winners tell us about creativity

5 Tips for Hiring Federal Contractors

Before seeking bidders, define the problem you’re trying to solve.

Kerry to Name Special Envoy for Arctic Region

Alaska's senators had called for the creation of the position.

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray

Consumer Bureau Comes Under Fresh Attack

House Republicans and some in banking industry persist with legal and legislative challenges.

Should You Edit Your Agency's Wikipedia Page? Probably Not

But the online encyclopedia would love your help on other articles.

A solider stands guard near a military aircraft in Kandahar, Afghanistan.

USAID Withdraws Request for 'Attractive' Images of Work in Afghanistan

Agency says the idea was to provide Afghans a view of the help Americans are providing, but the effort is being reevaluated.

Where Will Government’s Next Leaders Come From?

Despite the challenges of public service, it's a golden opportunity to create value.

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