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How to Cure Your Toxic Team

It all starts with you.

Senate Intelligence Committee Chairwoman Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., left, and the committee ranking member Sen. Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga.

National Security Whistleblowers Could Win New Protections

Senate Intelligence panel approves additional channels for disclosures.

“Identity theft continues to be a serious problem with devastating consequences for taxpayers and an enormous impact on tax administration,” said J. Russell George, Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration.

Identity Theft Still Costs the IRS Billions

Auditors recommend better training and specialization among staff.

There Is No Good Way to Manage People (But We Have To Try Anyway)

Good managers realize that there is no good way to manage people.

OMB Puts Shutdown’s Federal Payroll Cost at $2.5 Billion

Feds took a total of 6.6 million furlough days; lost productivity not tabulated.

Why Do Government Projects Fail?

Seeking to understand the government's epic fails.

Obama Tells Federal Agencies to Help Prepare Nation for Climate Change

New executive order calls on agencies to identify and fix climate-vulnerable facets of their missions.

A sign outside of Treasury indicates the closure of one entrance due to the government shutdown Oct. 1.

OMB to Tabulate Shutdown Cost, Flesh Out Management Agenda

Interim controller tells CFO group of coming flexibility in reporting requirements.

Marshals Service Spent Nearly $800,000 on Promotional Swag

Commemorative coins, blankets and neckties featured agency seal, IG reports.

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