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Uninsured People Don't Like or Understand Obamacare

The people the law was designed to help are far more confused about it than those who are already insured, a new study finds.

4 Tips for Crowdsourcing Federal Projects

How to set up a public forum for innovative ideas and technology.

Former acting IRS commissioner Danny Werfel

Former U.S. Controller, Champion of Feds Goes to Private Practice

Danny Werfel, who last led the troubled IRS, joins Boston Consulting Group.

Sometimes, calming the "monkey mind" is easier said than done.

3 Ways to Quiet Your Mental Chatter (aka Monkey Mind)

How to stay on task and limit distractions.

How to Become Productively Generous

What leaders can teach employees about helping without burning out.

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va.

House Republicans Determined to Produce a Budget

But putting one together that can pass won't be easy.

Pentagon officials have widely criticized a bill by Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand to remove commanders from that process.

Military Sexual-Assault Verdicts Revive Debate on Hill

Critics said the cases underscore the need for further reforms.

Former IRS official Lois Lerner

IRS Reorganizes Division at Center of Controversy

Centralization of legal team comes as Republican lawmakers demand Lois Lerner’s testimony before Justice Department.

The Optimal Office

How better design could fix your workday—and your life

Analysis: Obama's Incredibly Underwhelming Executive Orders

Recent White House moves to help workers may be well-intentioned, but they will achieve little.

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