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Border Patrol Agents: Let Us Shoot at Rock Throwers

Union defends use of force despite recent backlash.

3 Simple Ways to Create Space to Think

How to avoid filling up all of your brain space with issues that aren’t priorities.

the Consumer Financial Freedom and Washington Accountability Act sponsored by Rep. Sean Duffy, R-Wis.

House Passes Bill to Revamp Consumer Agency

Republican legislation would change how the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is funded and require it to seek permission to store personal data.

Can Protected Data Be Shared to Improve Services?

New guidance helps agencies share sensitive information responsibly.

Sheryl Sandberg, the Chief Operating Officer of Facebook

Stop Leaning In—Career Capital Is What Really Matters

Career capital offers job growth opportunities and influence over decisions at work.

The Washington area has experienced more snow than usual this winter.

Washington-Area Federal Offices Are Closed Monday

March 3 marks the fourth snow day this winter for many of the region’s federal employees.

Senate Budget Committee Chairwoman Patty Murray, D-Wash.

Senate Democrats Will Not Do a Budget This Year

The already small number of things Congress plans to do this year just got smaller.

House Votes for Independent Study of New Regulations

White House vows to veto bill that would require more analysis of how new rules impact business.

Analysis: These Three Management Rules Helped Fix

Some of the solution was technical but many of the big changes were made in the culture of the work environment.

OPM Director Katherine Archuleta

OPM Director to Feds: ‘I Am Here for You’

Katherine Archuleta touts her labor experience, importance of federal workforce in speech to union.

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