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What Is Your Agency Doing Right?

Federal employees overwhelmingly are engaged in their work, despite all the bad news coming out of government these days.

If There’s a Budget Deal, Will Things Get Back to Normal?

Maybe, but here are three things that won’t change.

This Former DEA Agent Is Going to Work in the Marijuana Business

The revolving door between business and government just made an unexpected turn.

These Smells, Colors, and Sounds Help Unleash Your Creativity at Work

Researchers have discovered the best ways to stimulate your mind.

A view of One World Trade Center.

Three Agencies Will Move Offices to One World Trade Center

Leases for Army Corps, GSA and Customs and Border Protection will help rebuild lower Manhattan.

Canada's capital city Ottawa gets heavy snow for much of the winter.

Canada's Government Basically Never Closes for Snowstorms

Part of the reason is each department makes its own decision on a case-by-case basis.

John Koskinen, President Barack Obama's choice to head the Internal Revenue Service testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington.

Nominee to Lead IRS Criticizes Recent Agency Budget Cuts

Koskinen promises senators cooperation in probe of tax-exempt division.

Will Feds Get Christmas Eve Off?

The holiday falls on a Wednesday this year, decreasing the likelihood of extra vacation.

Does Divided Government Hinder or Help Federal Investigations?

Public service professor finds quality and quantity of probes has improved despite political gridlock.

How I Lead: Bringing Openness to Clandestine Service

A Q&A with a senior National Intelligence Service executive.

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