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Employee Engagement Isn’t Enough

Only an agile workforce can capitalize on change and uncertainty.

John Roth was confirmed as Homeland Security Department Inspector General last week.

Several Major Agencies Still Lack Permanent Watchdogs

Inspectors general have been missing at some departments, including Interior and the U.S. Agency for International Development, for years.

The Government Bureaucracy is Even Worse Than Back-Stabbing Academia Apparently

Professor who worked at HHS complains about ‘remarkably dysfunctional’ management processes and red tape at department.

Why Managers Shouldn't Focus on Hires Who Will Hit the Ground Running

It's better to think about long-term potential and cultural fit.

More Federal Employees View Lack of Training as Discrimination

More training would help employees improve their skills, but it could also reduce the number of discrimination and retaliation complaints filed against the government, according to this chart.

Cross-Agency Priority Goals Set World-Class Benchmarks

OMB guidance calls for top talent, best contractors and shared services.

Job seekers line up to sign in before meeting prospective employers at a career fair in Dallas.

The Senate Has a Deal on Unemployment Insurance

The package is expected to pass after the Senate returns on March 24.

Danny Kim clears snow and ice as he climbs on the hood of his mail delivery truck in January.

USPS Should Keep Funding Future Health Care Costs, Republicans Say

Postal Service again asks for congressional assistance in reducing its unfunded obligations.

Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey, left, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, center, and Robert Hale Undersecretary of Defense Comptroller.

Congress to Pentagon: Hand Over the War Budget

Defense officials want to wait until a decision on post-2014 involvement in Afghanistan is made.

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