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Why I Was Wrong About Twitter

6 reasons to get on board with those tweets.

What TSA Left Out of the Cartoon It Made for Your Kids

It may upset them when they pass through the security checkpoint.

How I Lead: Empowering the Air Force’s Executive Team

‘Combat civilian’ Veronica Hinton learned how to delegate on the front lines.

John Koskinen, IRS Commisioner

New IRS Chief Calls Budget Crunch Toughest Challenge

John Koskinen promises transparency to Congress, support for agency workforce.

'House of Cards' Season 2 Trailer Power Rankings

Our favorite band of world-weary politicos return with a vengeance on Valentine's Day.

Homeland Security Advised to Segregate Spending Streams

Watchdog says department’s agencies handle administrative funds differently, complicating budget assessments.

The Power of Your Choices in 2014

How personal decisions can change the course of history in just 12 months.

How Hillary Clinton Created the First Endless Presidential Campaign

It's possible the era of presidential campaign staffers finding temporary side gigs may have come to an end.

When Government Pays for Success, Not Services

Pilot projects tie contractor payments to target outcomes rather than completed work.

OMB Directs Agencies to Embrace ‘Value Engineering’

Private-sector management approach promotes cost savings through ongoing analysis.

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