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Defense Undersecretary and Comptroller Robert Hale

Senators Vow to Stay on Pentagon’s Case as Auditability Deadline Approaches

Comptroller Hale tells lawmakers “majority” of units will be ready by September.

Never Feel Stressed at Work Again

The first step is challenging the idea that we can control everything.

The Federal Government Doesn’t Need Any More Big Ideas

Public policy expert says federal managers just need to shift the way they present their reform initiatives.

The 5 Best and Worst States for Working Moms

Louisiana has one of the worst child-care systems and largest gender pay gaps, with women making a measly 72 percent of what men make.

The Presidential Rank Awards Are Back

OPM director calls for nominations by June 5, saying last year’s nominees are eligible since no money was given.

a crane prepares to load a container onto the cargo ship Asian Moon in the Port of Miami.

Technically It Isn't Pork, but It's Close

Bill to fund water-infrastructure projects has lawmakers boasting about all the money they'll bring home—maybe.

How to Marshal the Experts in a Crisis

CDC's approach to tapping science networks offers universal lessons in incident response.

OPM Director Katherine Archuleta

OPM Wants to Untie Agencies' HR Knots

The government’s human resources shop is trying to improve federal hiring and retention partly by catering to individual agencies’ needs.

Federal Managers Need Better Training in Data Analytics

Agencies aren't sufficiently preparing staff to make the most of the information at their fingertips.

Geithner Book: When Obama Blew a Dog Whistle and a Budget Deal

Former Treasury secretary adds context to behind-the-scenes White House budget machinations.