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Prospective Presidential Management Fellows get an extra week to apply

OPM extends deadline to accommodate those affected by Hurricane Sandy.

Why don’t more women get promoted?

Latest Goldman Sachs statistics rekindle debate on gender disparities.

Analysis: Don't let the Petraeus affair keep men from mentoring women

Cross-gender professional relationships are dangerous but very, very necessary.

Emerging Innovation and Social Media Trends: Networked Sensors

How networks of public and private sensors can change how the public sector operates during routine or emergency operations.

A Libyan military guard stands in front of one of the U.S. Consulate's burnt out buildings.

Analysis: Benghazi attacks show diplomacy can’t be done on the cheap

A primary reason why the U.S. consulate was unable to defend itself? The State Department is under-resourced.

"I think most of this is going to have to come from increasing rates in the top two brackets," Robert Rubin said.

Former Treasury secretaries clash over cliff solution

Both agree uncertainty in the business community is holding the economy back.

Photo: Obama is Not Impressed

President yuks it up with U.S. Olympic gymnast McKayla Maroney

Shape of a fiscal cliff deal emerges

Democrats hope their bill can serve as a 'down payment' this year.

Understanding Continuing Resolutions and Government Shutdowns

Managing through the unknown: A look at how budgetary uncertainty is adversely affecting agency operations.

Smithsonian Institute

How Not to Start a Second Term: The Case of Richard Nixon

To celebrate his landslide victory in 1972, Nixon dropped a bombshell on his own administration.