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The Washington Monument Is Finally Reopening

The stone obelisk was damaged during a 5.8-magnitude earthquake that rumbled up the east coast on August 23, 2011.

Agencies Could Track Feds’ Speeding to Reduce Fuel Costs

More data could help lower federal fleet expenses, watchdog report says.

How to Lead Change When You’re a Middle Manager

Building new organizational capabilities can be difficult when you lack full authority.

USPS Loses $1.9 Billion in Second Quarter Despite Operating Profits

Retiree health benefits and other liabilities continue to drive the Postal Service into the red.

Solar panels that were recently placed on the roof of the building supplying energy to the AirTrain at Newark Liberty International Airport.

Obama Wants $2B in Energy-Efficiency Upgrades to Federal Buildings Over the Next 3 Years

President is announcing the goal along with other executive actions to improve the environment.

Leadership Lessons from Children’s Books

These nine books should be in every leadership library.

 Partnership for Public Service president Max Stier, far left, hosted Penny Pritzker, Jeh Johnson, Katherine Archuleta,  and Thomas E. Perez at the town hall.

Obama Cabinet Secretaries Shower Feds With Love

Town hall underscores employees’ dedication and creativity during chaotic times, urges better marketing and PR to highlight government services.

Howard Shelanski noted that the rule is part of a “retrospective review, or ‘regulatory lookback,’ [where] agencies across the federal government have identified hundreds of initiatives to reduce burdens and save taxpayer dollars.”

Regulatory Review May Have Just Made Life Easier for Medicare Providers

Newly streamlined safety standards are an example of how ‘lookback’ effort is easing regulatory burdens, head of OIRA says.

Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., greets Bob Perciasepe, EPA deputy administrator, before the House Oversight and Government Reform full committee hearing on Wednesday.

Lawmakers Wonder 'How Much Porn' It Takes to Fire an EPA Employee

Hearing on IG independence delves into porn watching, alleged assault and other extreme cases of potential misconduct.