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“Recognizing employees today and meeting unknown requirements for the future, strategic workforce planning is more important now than ever,” said said Deborah Kircher, Chief Human Capital Officer for the Office of the National Director of Intelligence.

The Intelligence Community Needs a New Workforce Model

A pipeline of young talent is essential for addressing future threats.

How I Lead: Mentoring Those Who Will Someday Take Charge

Insights from Dora Quinlan, a senior executive at the Navy’s Fleet Readiness Center Southeast.

Commentary: Poor Morale Should Not Be Ignored

Agency leaders should not wait to act until GAO studies the issue.

House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa, R-Calif., and Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md.

House Democrats Won't Get on Board With Republican, White House-Backed Postal Bill

Oversight committee postpones vote after failing to win bipartisan support.

Ex-Employees Want ‘Incompetent’ Forest Service Executive Fired

Letter claims the investigative chief fostered an environment of 'all-consuming chaos, fear, stress, defeat, anger … [and] retaliation.'

Alejandro Mayorkas, DHS Deputy Secretary

Obama Administration Sidesteps Congress With Immigration Proposals

Proposals would allow up to 100,000 highly-skilled undocumented immigrants to stay legally in the United States.

5 Ways to Become a More Empathetic Leader

How well do you actually know your employees?

U.S. President Barack Obama, right, walks with former president George W. Bush.

Yes, Obama's Management Agenda Is Different From George W. Bush's

Current goal is to drive results by focusing on strategic objectives, not narrower programs, OMB performance officer says.

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