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Peer coaching can be very effective in learning about oneself.

Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said, “Ninety-nine percent of federal workers come to work for the American people."

Cabinet secretaries jab the media and Congress

Agency chiefs defend the federal workforce against negativity, during public service week.

Incentives, not mobility, called key to improving Senior Executive Service

OPM and industry officials discuss keys to improving SES.

From left, Bridget Roddy, Erica Navarro and Brandon Friedman were part of the panel Monday.

Young feds say bureaucracy, inefficiency keeping their peers away

Panelists attribute government’s lack of younger workers to a slow hiring process and poor communication.

Rep. Chris Van Hollen says it bothers him when “Republican colleagues try to gain political points by talking down federal employees.”

Budget crisis: A chance to improve, not dismantle, government?

Maryland lawmaker says Democrats would shield workforce from further cuts.

The 2011 awards were given in September.

Service to America finalists announced

Thirty-three feds will compete for nine medals with cash awards between $3,000 and $10,000.

Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe placed specific emphasis on rural post offices in his remarks Friday.

Postal Service officials keep pressing for their own reform plan

They emphasize that rural post office closures would be phased in gradually.

The proposed route for the pipeline will cross Nebraska.

TransCanada reapplies for Keystone permit

Political debate over the pipeline will likely reignite.

Rep. Charles Boustany, R-La.

GSA dangled tax break before contractors, but asked for a piece

The 2011 policy was canceled when it failed to draw any interest, AP reports.

Leaks to Republican ally prompt calls for labor board member to resign

Alleged breaches warrant congressional investigation, lawmaker says.