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Happiness and Productivity Go Hand-in-Hand

Federal Labor Relations Authority chairwoman oversees dramatic improvement in employee satisfaction and agency performance.

Friction between union, managers at Social Security goes public

OPM chief Berry responds to complaint on composition of labor-management forum.

Office of Personnel Management Director John Berry.

Congress urged to slow down on pay and benefits reforms

OPM chief warns lawmakers from both parties that meddling too much could hurt recruiting.

Energy secretary backtracks on high gas prices

Steven Chu retracts his now-infamous 2008 statement about boosting prices at the pump.

What Kind of Weather are you Making?

For the past couple of years, I’ve had a lot of great conversations with my clients about the idea that leaders control the weather.

Most federal energy initiatives come from four agencies, GAO finds

Government implements nearly 700 energy initiatives in 2010, report says.

Agencies restrict media access, survey of journalists finds

Public information officers faulted for shielding employees from questioning.

General Services Administration chief Martha Johnson spent Telework Week shuffling between her agency’s locations.

GSA chief calls Telework Week a 'roaring success'

Mobile devices allow rotating use of space at headquarters -- currently under renovation.

Rep. Randy Forbes, R-Va., expresses concern another BRAC round could hurt military preparedness.

Defense doesn’t need Congress’ blessing to close bases

Financial pressures could force the Pentagon to move forward on its own under a less community-friendly approach, official warns.

Sen. Thomas Carper, D-Del

Senate bill muddies waters on shedding excess real estate

Measure differs from OMB and House-passed plan for a civilian property board similar to Defense’s base closure commission.