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The 3 Keys to Productivity

You’ll never have a sink full of dirty dishes if you follow Toyota’s productivity secrets.

Watchdog: Agencies Struggle to Account for Senior Exec Training Costs

GAO says half of 26 agencies produced incomplete data on training and travel expenses.

AFGE’s National President J. David Cox

Fed Groups Offer Tepid Praise for Obama’s Budget

Federal employee advocates applaud funding boosts, but deride 1 percent raise proposal.

Former Internal Revenue Service official Lois Lerner

Ex-IRS Official Silent as Congressional Hearing Turns Into Shouting Match

Lois Lerner again takes the Fifth as House panel leaders feud.

How I Lead: By Making Wrong Turns and the Right Choices

Insights from Jim Hearn of the Army Corps of Engineers’ Northwestern Division.

Obama's New Budget Is All About the Midterm Elections

The president's proposal is packed with liberal ideas and includes few incentives for Republicans. That's exactly the point.

How to End the Gender Pay Gap Once and for All

A Harvard economist makes the case that greater autonomy and work flexibility would bring us closer to equal pay

Military Groups Brace for Battle Against Higher Health Care Costs

Lawmakers expected to stall on benefit cuts in midterm election year.

VA Seeks 5 Percent Boost in IT Funding

The department’s budget request includes $173 million for the paperless claims system.

U.S. Postal Service letter carrier Jamie Jasmon struggles through snow while delivering the mail. The White House's budget plan for USPS includes a shift from to-the-door delivery.

White House Backs Major Postal Overhaul

Budget proposals would save cash-strapped agency $20 billion by 2016.

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