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Damn the Org Chart

Top-down doesn’t always work for today’s skilled, tech-savvy workforce.

“It will allow us to address the $200 billion in duplication in programs identified by the Government Accountability Office," Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., said.

Good-Government Gurus Embrace, Expand on Obama Management Agenda

Ex-OMB performance leader questions GOP plan for inventory of federal programs.

Ryan Budget Calls for Return to Pre-Sequester Defense Spending

Budget chairman takes from nondefense to boost defense spending beyond Obama.

Got Big Data? First Define Your Big Question

Simple, yet analytical, data thinking can reveal the size of the problem.

Why Feds Are Still Buying IT That Works With Windows XP

During the last 12 months, agencies posted nearly 200 solicitations for products compliant with the operating system, which will lose Microsoft's security support on April 8.

Lawmaker to Feds: You Don’t Need So Many Limos

'In hard times you can have too much of a good thing,' moderate Democrat says.

What Kind of Tech Exec (or Potential Exec) Are You?

Take our quiz to find out if you're a security superstar or a productivity powerhouse -- or maybe neither.

How to Get What You Really Want

A simple shift in your actions can make you happier and more successful.

Actually, Switching Fonts Won't Save the Government That Much Money

Design blogger pokes holes in 14-year-old's savings plan.

Howard Shelanski, administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs

Obama’s Regulatory Chief: Businesses Will Always Criticize Us

Shelanski assures progressive groups OIRA doesn't dictate agency policy.

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