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Secret Service director Julia Pierson

Here’s How the Secret Service Is Trying to Clean Up Its Act

Director Julia Pierson is instituting a number of changes to the agency.

The One Democratic Priority President Obama Won't Take Executive Action On

His actions on pay equity have some advocates wondering when he'll sign an order to ban LGBT workplace discrimination.

How I Lead: Listen, Breathe and Then Ask Questions

Insights from Melanie Keller, associate director for management at FDA’s Center for Drug Evaluation and Research.

The New Poster Children for Duplication in Federal Programs

Watchdog releases a fresh list of redundant or overlapping programs.

How to Tap Military Experience for Executive Jobs

Free program helps veterans transition to civilian careers.

How to Break Up the Old Boys’ Club in Your Office

The composition of employees looks different than it used to. So why should we still play by the rules and expectations of the Old Boys’ Club?

The currently vacant Cotton Annex in Southwest Washington

GSA Sets Stage to Sell Federal Triangle Properties

Swap of land for services is part of larger plan to reduce federal footprint.

Supervisors Hold the Keys to the New World Order

Managing teams is no longer about taking control, it's about giving it.

5 Ways to Optimize Your Operating Rhythm

Know when you do your best work, and know your limitations.

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