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What The Post Office Really Gets From Amazon

In an effort to establish the facts, UBS hosted a call with the former postmaster general, Patrick Donahoe.

Civil Service Reform Must Be a Priority

It would be a mistake to limit reform to policies controlled by the Office of Personnel Management.

How To Give Feedback That Actually Works, Without Hurting Anyone More Than You Have To

Critiquing a colleague is never easy, but anyone can master the art of feedback.

Fired VA Secretary David Shulkin wrote an op-ed saying administration officials saw him as a barrier to privatization that had to be removed.

VA Takes Final Shot at Shulkin, Says Privatization Concerns Are Unfounded

Administration officials aim to debunk "the myth" that the department will turn over health care services to the private sector.

A Suspected Russian Spy, With Curious Ties to Washington

A longtime Republican operative has been in contact with a suspected Russian intelligence agent for nearly two decades. What does it mean for Robert Mueller's investigation?

Border Patrol agents patrol near the fence in Naco, Ariz.

Border Agents Say They're 'Woefully Understaffed,' Applaud National Guard Deployment

Previous deployments of the National Guard to the border had drawbacks, auditors have found.

President Trump in the Oval Office

How to Serve a President You Don’t Like

If you work in government, you have the opportunity to make a positive difference—no matter who sits in the Oval Office.

Working From Home Can Save You Thousands of Dollars Every Year

I calculated a dollar value of working from home—the total was higher than I expected.

Bill Would Create Federal Customer Service Standards

And once set, it would bake them into agency performance plans.