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Poll: Americans worried about fiscal cliff

More than two thirds think politicians will act like "spoiled children" in addressing budget and tax issues.

NASA to Reveal Historic Discovery in December

NASA won't say what the rover's big discovery might be until early December.

Employee morale dips as commitment to mission holds steady

Satisfaction with pay continues to drop, annual survey of federal workers shows.

EPA, labor union reach impasse

AFGE accuses agency of taking 'anti-union' positions.

Homeland Security achieves new level in auditability

Officials call first 'qualified' opinion in five financial areas an 'extraordinary accomplishment.'

How to Stay Out of the Weeds with Your Boss

A lot of leaders struggle with this one because it calls for letting go of a personal mastery of all the details.

How Do You Keep Track of Your Day-to-Day Tasks?

A search for ways to get, and keep, organized.

Why mayors should run the Department of Transportation

The focus on federal transportation projects has shifted from highways to a more holistic approach.

Shrinking budgets and political polarization among hurdles for next four years

Executives also face a looming retirement wave and must improve job performance measures.

Nine Government Reforms Obama Should Discuss with Romney

President Obama said in his first post-election press conference that he was going to ask Governor Romney’s advice on government reform. There has been a lot of advice developed in recent months! Here are some potential resources for them to draw upon.