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Richard Cordray, director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

How To Ruin Your Political Career: Run a Federal Agency

Apparently there’s no greater sin than turning into an “administration lifer.”

Can Government Adopt the P&G Philosophy?

VA nominee fostered a performance culture at Procter & Gamble.

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson

Resetting Homeland Security: One Department, One Vision

Unity of effort promises to repair a decade of disjointed planning and budgets.

DHS Headquarters Consolidation At Risk of Getting Even More Behind Schedule

Lawmakers look to slash funding for the project; House appropriators would cut more than Senate.

Collins sang at the event this year.

At NIH, Biomedical Research Is Enough to Make You Break Into Song

The Common Fund celebrates 10 years of transformative science.

The Most Valuable Keywords to Have on a Tech Resume

At every education level, jobs requiring STEM skills in the US take far more time and money to fill than just about anything else.

How to Remember All Your Passwords and Keep Them Safe

For anyone who’s been a web user for a significant amount of time, the number of such accounts that require passwords is high, unmanageable even.

Forget Hobby Lobby—This Case Could Wreck Obamacare

A ruling is expected any day now in a case that could tear the Affordable Care Act apart.

Warren was Obama's choice to head the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in 2010.

What's With This 'Obama Is Backing Elizabeth Warren Over Hillary' Story?

New York Post suggests a secret plan, citing 'personal animosity.'

Check Out the First Progress Reports on Agency Priority Goals

Updated list shows 33 new goals for fiscal 2014-2015.