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4 Ways to Boost Morale—Even When Incentives Are Scarce

How you can make your office a bright spot in the gloomy federal landscape.

Omnibus Spending Bill Sails Through Senate; Headed for Obama's Signature

Bill prevents another shutdown and provides more than $1 trillion in discretionary funding for agencies.

When Playing Dumb Is Smart

7 Rules for Making Silence Work in Your Favor

Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., a co-author on the bill, said the law will help protect government workers from future attacks.

Congress Pushes Forward on Security Clearance Reform Bill

Legislation provides more oversight of government and contract investigators.

Federal Contractors Saw Available Work Shrink in 2013

New York Times analysis says awards fell 11 percent.

“It is my hope that Congress will supply inspectors general with new tools," said Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif.

Agency Watchdogs Could Get More Freedom to Roam

IGs tell House panel they need exemptions from privacy and paperwork laws to expedite investigations.

Thinking About Launching a Side Business?

The ethics rules aren’t always clear for feds, but outside work is allowed.

A chemical plant is located along a branch of the Kanawaha River in South Charleston, W.Va.

West Virginia Water Contamination Prompts Federal Response

U.S. Chemical Safety Board investigates accident as lawmakers, environmentalists call for answers.

Treasury Secretary Warns U.S. Likely to Hit Debt Ceiling in February

Extraordinary measures to keep government afloat will only last a few weeks after the debt limit is reinstated and reached on Feb. 7, says Jack Lew.

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