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With GSA Canceling Trainings, How Can Feds Develop New Skills?

A panel of young leaders offer ideas for how managers can create learning opportunities when more formal means have been cancelled.

Photo: 'OMG' Microscope Lives Up to Its Name

Check out this beautiful (and award winning) image from NIH's newest microscope.

GAO to USPS: You Still Have to Deliver Mail Six Days a Week

What the decision means for a plan to drop Saturday mail in August remains unclear.

Pentagon Delaying Furlough Notices for Two Weeks

Department to analyze impact of spending bill Congress just passed.

Leading in Government: The Loneliest Team Sport Around

Ask any senior leader and he or she will tell you that leadership is both a lonely game and a team sport.

Congress Agrees to Extend Pay Freeze for Third Year

Legislation that avoids a government shutdown now heads to President Obama.

The Fort Hood Shooter Can't Dodge the Death Penalty

Maj. Nidal Hasan won't be allowed to plead guilty to escape execution.

3 Ways Agency Leadership Can Keep Employees Engaged

Promoting employee engagement is vital right now--here are three ways to do it.

Senate Approves 2013 Spending Bill to Keep Government Open

House is warming to the plan, which extends the federal pay freeze and includes amendments to selectively ease sequestration.

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts ranked 12th on the list, with a low index score of 39.4

The 12 Best Very Small Agencies to Work For in Government

These agencies may be small but what they lack in size they make up for in job satisfaction.