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NSA Employees Feel 'Beaten Down' After Snowden Leaks, Report Finds

President Obama should have visited and offered encouragement, employees say.

Putting It All in Perspective

When you're overworked and overwhelmed consider what's really important.

Snow and freezing rain came down on the Washington area over the weekend.

Agencies in Washington on Two-Hour Delayed Arrival

Employees also can take unscheduled leave or telework.

President Ronald Reagan poses for photographers in the Oval Office.

Using Search Tools to Declassify Presidential Docs -- Starting With Reagan's

White House also vows to bring all FOIA requests into a single platform.

The Complete Guide to Writing Office Memos

Internal memos can matter as much as any marketing brochure or press release.

Uncle Sam Sheds More Jobs in November

Federal workforce slowly shrinks.

8 Ways to Keep Work From Spilling Into Your Season of Joy

How to keep your email and other distractions from hijacking your holiday.

OPM predicts an average DC winter this year.

OPM to Agencies: Don't Forget to Expand Telework This Winter

Agencies must increase the number of telework-ready employees as part of continuity of operations plans.

How Many Supervisors Does Government Need?

Managers continue to be a target for cost-cutting, but the workload is still there.

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