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The 28 Counties the Justice Department Is Monitoring for Voting Rights Violations

States may have the power to regulate elections, but the feds are staying close.

Fixing the Useless Federal Program Inventory

To cut duplicative programs, agencies have to know how to count them first.

Why Do Workers Feel So Unhappy?

Just one-fifth of employees report believing that their workplaces strongly value them.

NTEU President Colleen Kelley said the union is welcoming about 370 CFTC employees.

Hundreds of Federal Employees Win Union Representation

Financial regulators will soon be able to collectively bargain.

Series MVP Madison Bumgarner pitches during the World Series last week.

What You Can Learn About Focus From the World Series MVP

Focus on what you're there to do, pitch by pitch, out by out.

The Man Who Was Fired for Taking a Photograph of the President

Kenneth Tate, the CDC guard who lost his job after snapping a picture of Obama's motorcade, was labeled a criminal after officials discovered he had ridden an elevator with the commander in chief while armed. Now, Tate is telling his story.

Effort to Root Out Duplicative Federal Programs Hits a Roadblock

Because agencies use different terminology, their inventories have limited value, GAO finds.

The Art of Not Working at Work

At first, the ability to check email, read ESPN, or browse Zappos while on the job may feel like a luxury. But in time, many crave more meaningful—and more demanding—responsibilities.

Does Anybody Really Know How Many Cyber Professionals the Government Needs?

Quantifying the precise cyber talent gap remains an inexact science. Can a single federal cyber jobs database help?