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Earlier this month, WordPress Creator Matt Mullenweg announced that he was switching jobs with Toni Schneider, the former CEO of the platform’s parent company, Automattic.

Maybe Workers Should Just Take Turns Being CEO

Not every leader wants to stay at the top.

Interior Secretary Sally Jewell has brought on a new aide to work with states.

Interior Department Snags Capitol Hill Vet for Outreach Gig

John Blair, a former aide to Democratic Rep. Dan Kildee of Michigan, is now the department's director of intergovernmental and external affairs.

It's Time to Eliminate Exploding Job Offers

Forcing applicants to make a quick decision doesn't succeed in landing high performers.

What Will Congress Cut to 'Support Our Troops'?

Lawmakers are scrambling to avoid veterans' anger over spending cuts, but they can't decide how to pay for it.

Federal Offices in Washington Closed Tuesday

Snowfall expected in region starting midday.

Obama Lauds OMB Staffers

President picks unusual location to sign omnibus appropriations bill into law.

Report: Boosting Military Retiree Health Costs Would Save Billions

Defense now pays $52 billion annually -- about 10 percent of its base budget -- toward health care.

IRS Training Guidance Doesn’t Appear to Have a Smoking Gun

Documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act cover period before agency’s mishandling of applications.

Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh

Zappos Is Nixing Managers, But Are They Needed?

Imagine if government was run by self-governing 'circles.'

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