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Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan

Commentary: Why HUD Is Far From Turning Around

Employees are powered by more than just mission. What about dignity and respect?

Solving the Time Management Dilemma

You’re way behind the curve in terms of raw numbers, so make mindful choices.

Armored vehicles patrol a customs check point in Khowst province in 2009.

Effort to Help Afghanistan Collect Customs Revenue Found Lacking

Watchdog says USAID and CBP contracts need performance metrics.

Transparency Group Wants to Know If HUD’s Promotion of Obamacare Was Illegal

Cause of Action tells IGs department may have broken the law by working on a project outside its appropriations.

3 Tips for Effective Interagency Collaboration

In the territorial push for resources, sharing can be a hard sell.

OPM Director Katherine Archuleta sent a memo to agency leaders on Friday notifying them of the annual Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey.

Uncle Sam Will Ask Feds About Pay, Job Satisfaction This Spring

OPM will administer its annual survey of the government workforce beginning in late April.

What Turns a Perfectionist Into a Lunatic

Yelling might be a little more accepted in sports than in other workplaces, but a boss’s poor anger management can affect the performance of subordinates.

Can Burwell Avoid the Sebelius Trap?

Kathleen Sebelius was exactly what the White House needed in an HHS secretary—until she wasn't.

Hillary Clinton's Relationship with Boeing Questioned

Report outlines former secretary of State's position as a 'powerful ally' for the airplane maker.

Why You Need to Learn to Lead Positive

For starters, the brain is programmed to scan for what’s wrong rather than what’s right.