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The Income Tax Form Turns 100

The 16th amendment to the Constitution went into effect in 1913.

3 Signs You’re Taking on Too Much

If these sound like you, it might be time to take a breather.

Does Your Agency Have a 200-Year Strategic Plan?

Exploring if thinking long-term in government actually make sense.

American Federation of Government Employees National President J. David Cox Sr.

Union Calls on Pentagon to Eliminate Furloughs

Request comes as department officials are discussing further reductions to days of unpaid leave.

Stop Stressing: Just Write It Down

Struggling to get things done? A helpful rundown of how to get organized and finally cross things off your list.

“The people that we remember today loved their country. They loved their neighbors. They loved their nation,” said John Berry.

Memorial Remembers Feds Killed on the Job

Wall of Honor at OPM pays tribute to civilians across federal government.

Senior Execs’ Finances Won’t Go Online

Congress ends STOCK Act disclosure requirement for career employees.

Gina McCarthy, President Obama's nomination to head the EPA

Why Obama's Environmental Pick Drives Republicans Crazy

Nominee will be at the center of the debate on climate change.

South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard, third from left, listens to Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, right, during a meeting of the National Governor's Association.

How Washington Ruined Governors

State capitals increasingly imitate the national parties.