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3 Reasons to Consider Dialing It Back a Bit

You don't always have to be dialed to 11.

Well-Managed Agencies Turn Tough Times Into Opportunities

Lessons on how to succeed amid budget cuts and attacks on the federal workforce.

What Happened to Eric Holder?

He was a Reagan-appointed judge and a Clinton-appointed prosecutor respected by both sides. Then it all fell apart.

Why the IRS Scandals Make It Hard to Fix the IRS

Wonks are investigating alleged wrongdoing rather than devising new policy.

Analysis: Slashing Government Jobs Hurts the Unemployment Rate

Over the past three months, the federal government has shed 45,000 jobs.

Detroit, Michigan

Why the Federal Government Is Demolishing Michigan's Empty Buildings

Treasury releases $100 million in TARP money to pay for a pilot demolition program.

When to Tell a Leader What They Need to Hear, Not What They Want to Hear

Three considerations that will help you speak truth to power.

Some Fear Fed Charity Drive Reforms Will Hurt Giving

Fees and consolidation could scare off charities, they say.

In 2011, Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., issued a report critiquing NSF’s “pricey” rent.

National Science Foundation Bound for Alexandria

GSA announces new lease that saves taxpayers $65 million over 15 years.

Pentagon Still Doesn’t Have a Grasp on Improper Payments, Auditors Find

Estimate of $1.1 billion 'not statistically valid,' says GAO.