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Why Don't More Women Want to Work With Other Women?

Most Americans don't care about the gender of their co-workers, but those who do prefer men by a wide margin.

The change, says GPO’s leader, Davita Vance-Cooks, would better reflect the increasingly digital nature of GPO’s operations.

Senators Push Bill to Rename Government Printing Office

Agency says new moniker, Government Publishing Office, would better reflect its shift to digital operations.

5 Tips for Being More Decisive

Some contemplate too much, others issue edicts. Here's how to strike a balance.

Federal Offices in Washington on Two-Hour Delay Wednesday Due to Weather

Government is open; employees have the option of taking unscheduled leave or unscheduled telework.

The Most Productive Thing I’m Doing This Year—No Business Trips

A frequent flyer undertakes a bold experiment in self-preservation.

Doing the Leadership Tango

Knowing the right moves requires managers to understand each employee’s unique style.

Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe

The Postal Service’s Latest Problem: Dilapidated, Unsafe Buildings

Auditors say agency needs to better prioritize funding to repair run-down post offices.

Watchdog: Pentagon’s Efficiency Effort Lacks Proper Metrics

Budget crunch constrains Defense’s ability to adequately track project aimed at saving the department $100 billion.

Earlier this month, WordPress Creator Matt Mullenweg announced that he was switching jobs with Toni Schneider, the former CEO of the platform’s parent company, Automattic.

Maybe Workers Should Just Take Turns Being CEO

Not every leader wants to stay at the top.

Interior Secretary Sally Jewell has brought on a new aide to work with states.

Interior Department Snags Capitol Hill Vet for Outreach Gig

John Blair, a former aide to Democratic Rep. Dan Kildee of Michigan, is now the department's director of intergovernmental and external affairs.

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