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15 Easy Ways to Beat Anxiety Now

Some changes throughout the day can keep you from feeling overwhelmed.

How to Recognize the Signs of Your Need to Control

You may be hampering your employees’ ability to be their best.

More Buyouts and Possible Reform at Broadcasting Board of Governors

BBG announces another round of incentives for employees to leave, as a House panel considers legislation to significantly restructure the agency.

Half of USPS Executives Will be Retirement Eligible in Three Years

Postal Service is looking to improve its leadership succession program.

Four Things You Should Do To Get the Most Out of Teleworkers

Even CIOs struggle to manage remote workers.

Why Leader-Managers Are the Key to Thriving Organizations

The whole package includes not only the vision, but also the follow-through.

House Oversight Committee member Rep. Gerald Connolly, D-Va.

House Passes Bipartisan Bill to Ax Agency Reports No One Reads

Oversight panel’s bill would cancel 79 publications; Senate version would kill 300.

“These two cases are examples of how government agencies can work together to ensure partisan politics stay out of the federal workplace,” said Special Counsel Carolyn Lerner.

OSC Hits Feds on Both Sides of the Aisle With Hatch Act Violations

FEC attorney resigns after partisan Tweets, and Air Force civilian is suspended for mass emails.

Why Men Don’t Stand Up for Their Female Colleagues

The traditional explanation is sexism, but even those who genuinely want to see more equality sometimes fail to speak out.

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas

Ted Cruz: John Kerry Should Resign Over Israel 'Apartheid' Comment

The Texas Republican is upset with comments the secretary of State made at a closed-door meeting.