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U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Michael Oates, commander of 10th Mountain Division, delivers a speech during a change of authority ceremony in 2008 in Iraq.

How Business Skills Can Develop Better Military Officers

Three things the Army could learn from corporate America.

The Government Is Cracking Down on School Bake Sales

States are trying to circumvent federal nutrition standards that would limit sugary foods at school fundraisers.

Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va.

Hiring Reform Bill Gains Momentum on Capitol Hill

Bipartisan House duo introduces companion to Senate measure allowing agencies to share information on qualified applicants.

EPA Doesn’t Know How Much It Uses the Cloud, IG Finds

The agency says it has 11 cloud contracts, but the IG doubts that number.

Postal worker Daryl Ha delivers mail in the North Beach area of San Francisco in 2011.

Consolidations Have Led to More Nighttime Mail Deliveries, Putting Letter Carriers in Danger

Some say expanding services, rather than just cutting costs, is key to saving the Postal Service.

At ecommerce company Zomato, employees don't have fixed desks, so they don't get stuck in one place.

Zomato Has a “Deskless” Office so That Employees Never Get Too Complacent

Employees need to be flexible in terms of roles, locations, and reporting structures.

How to Run a Team of People Who Never See Each Other

The best tips for running a distributed team while maintaining trust, a cohesive culture, and collaboration.

The Complete Guide to Having a Creative Breakthrough

Your next lightbulb moment could be closer than you think.

Is It Better for the Government to Lease or Own?

Five things to consider when your agency needs office space.