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5 Things Leaders Can Do Right Now to Make Government More Efficient

The inherent flaws go beyond labor, resources or technology.

Uncle Sam Sheds More Jobs in April, But Rate of Loss Slows

The federal government overall lost 3,000 jobs last month, continuing a long-term downward trend in federal employment.

An agent leaves vehicle to conduct a foot patrol of an area near San Diego.

Customs and Border Protection to Hire 2,000

Border agency recruits officers at air, land and sea ports amid general trend of federal downsizing.

Job seekers line up for a job fair at Columbia-Greene Community College in Hudson, N.Y.

The Blowout U.S. Jobs Report for April in Two Simple Charts

The big picture shows workforce growth, but federal government losses.

The Phoenix VA Health Care Center

Phoenix VA Director Put on Leave After Secret Wait List, Patient Death Allegations

A House Committee for Veteran's Affairs hearing earlier this month revealed that 40 vets may have died while waiting for care.

12 Tips for Creating Efficient Two-Pizza Teams

The obvious candidates aren’t necessarily the best contributors.

New Diplomacy Museum Will Showcase More Than 'A Bunch of Pens'

GSA and State select a contractor to create pavilion near the National Mall for more than 6,000 artifacts.

"If someone acts to divide the Internet between 'haves' and 'have nots,' we will use every power at our disposal to stop it," Tom Wheeler said.

The FCC Chief Just Told the Cable Execs to 'Put Away Their Party Hats'

The chairman warned the industry it faces tough regulation should it abuse its newfound internet leeway.

The Top 10 Trust Terminators

Here are some surefire ways to undermine your employees and their loyalty.

15 Easy Ways to Beat Anxiety Now

Some changes throughout the day can keep you from feeling overwhelmed.

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