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“We give because we want to give. We give because we can. We give because we ought to,” said Keith Willingham, national director of CFC operations.

Washington-area charity drive organizers say economy isn’t an 'excuse'

Officials are confident about meeting fundraising goals.

Beyond Mars: The Biggest Federal Victories of the Summer

From Mars to wildfires, a look at where the federal government succeeded this past summer.

Four Leadership Lessons From Great Bosses

Helpful lessons for managing high performers.

A large plume of smoke rises from fires on BP's Deepwater Horizon offshore oil rig.

Justice accuses BP of 'gross negligence' for gulf oil spill

The department filed a memo in response to previous legal claims made by BP that attempt to absolve the oil company of any responsibility for the incident.

Seven Fundamental Tips for Starting a New Government Job

Seven keys to starting a new government job off right.

For Michelle Obama, a new image but an old role

First lady undergoes a successful public makeover.

Campaign to Cut Waste saves $2 billion in second quarter

OMB attributes success to smart management of fleets, travel and printing.

Democratic platform promises to cut programs ‘we can’t afford’

Document also renews call for agency reorganization authority.

Federal Managers Give Government a 'C' in Cost Savings

The Government Business Council recently surveyed more than 500 federal managers about cost savings.

Hillary Clinton met with Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Beijing Tuesday.

Hillary Clinton targeted in anti-U.S. Chinese editorials

The Secretary of State arrived in China Tuesday in what could be her last overseas trip.