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A custodian sweeps the lobby of the CIA.

Mike Morrell Says He's Quitting CIA for His Family (Not Benghazi), for 'Real'

Morell's name has been in the news for removing the references to terrorism in the Benghazi talking points.

Washington Agencies Open With Unscheduled Leave, Telework

OPM announced change in status as major storm approached east coast.

3 Tips to Make Change ‘Stick” In Your Organization

When leaders forget to manage the process, they doom their chances of changing anything.

Program Managers Too Scarce in the Federal Government, Survey Concludes

The private sector does a better job with training and career development, nonprofit finds.

Obama’s Pick for Regulatory Chief Survives Gentle Grilling

Senators ask Shelanski about economic burden, tardy reviews and future agenda.

What the Heck is a Vision Board (And Should I Use One)?

Creative, motivational and out of the box: the potential performance boost of vision boards.

When is a Federal Program Actually a 'Program'?

In search of an answer, a look at the "atomic" level of federal programs.

Commentary: The Compensation Fallacy

Arbitrary contractor pay caps would only compound government’s problems.

White House Cancels Presidential Rank Awards

A group representing federal senior execs says move may violate federal law.

Brussels is the capital of Belgium.

Ambassador's Prostitute Excuse Won't Help State's Coverup Case

The ambassador is calling his prostitution allegations "baseless" because... he lives in "a beautiful park in Brussels."