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The Inspiring Future (and Present) of Government Innovation

There's lots of innovation underway in different places around government.

How the Heck Do You Keep on Mission When the Mission is Always Changing?

How to maintain mission priorities in spite of Washington's ever-changing goals.

Obama Asks Acting GSA Chief to Stay On Permanently

Dan Tangherlini has presided over reforms since Las Vegas conference spending scandal.

NIH Finds Sleep Gene Linked to Migraines

NIH-funded researchers track down hereditary connection to migraines.

Open-Plan Offices Are Terrible for Your Health

Open-plan offices make employees less productive, less happy, and more likely to get sick.

How Exercising at Work Saves Money

If your office doesn't have a gym, it soon might -- out of the government's interest.

Is the Obama Administration Really Breaking Red Tape Records?

Conservative group claims more Federal Register pages equal a greater regulatory burden.

Cass Sunstein's 8 Simple Rules for Making Government 'Simpler'

The former "Regulator Czar" shares his vision for a simpler government.

President Obama on Tuesday, accompanied by, from left, Vice President Joe Biden, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano and FEMA Deputy Administrator Richard Serino

Feds Respond to Oklahoma Tornadoes

FEMA, other agencies spring into action to help victims in affected areas.