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What Agency Executives Can Learn From Timothy Geithner

From the memoirs of Obama administration appointees.

A vote, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said Tuesday, will likely come on Wednesday or Thursday.

On Veterans Affairs Fix, A Rare United Front for House and Senate

Members believe they can reach an agreement for a fast, bipartisan victory.

Don’t Get Caught Off Guard, Use These Simple Presentation Tools

Success is never having to say, ‘I’ll get back to you on that.’

"I grew up in an America that played to win. Not an America that played not to lose," said Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx.

Transportation Chief Wants Congress to 'Get Past Gimmicks' on Highway Funding

Proposal to save money through cutting Saturday postal deliveries is at best a one-year patch, Foxx says.

“What does it take to get fired from the EPA?” asked House Oversight and Government Reform Chairman Darrell Issa, R-Calif., at a May hearing.

Firing Feds, Private Sector-Style

A cautionary tale about swift terminations.

Employers, You Should Not Be Selling the Job in the Interview

There’s only one person who should be doing the hard sell during an interview—and it’s not the employer.

nternal Revenue Service Commissioner John Koskinen

IRS Embraces Long-Sought Taxpayer Bill of Rights

Commissioner says public education tool will help employees do their jobs.

Social Media Metrics for Government: A Manager's Handbook

How to make sure online efforts advance strategic goals.

Hillary Clinton on Benghazi Scandal: 'It's More of a Reason to Run'

6 things we learned from Hillary Clinton's interview with Diane Sawyer.

Border agents patrol a beach in 2012.

Lawmakers Want to Overhaul Pay and Benefits for Border Patrol, Firefighters

Reformers hope to end widespread abuse of overtime privileges among border agents.