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OMB Unveils Best Cost-Cutting Ideas

Finalists for administration’s annual SAVE Award back enabling veterans to track prescriptions online and making employee certifications transferable among agencies.

Broadcasting Board Reaches Record Audience Abroad

Weekly tally of 206 million cast as performance boost for agency.

The Case for a Six-Hour Workday

Pushing employees to clock up extra hours can detrimental to your organization.

Battling Burnout? Here Are 6 Motivators for Enjoying Work

How to rekindle your energy and creativity when the job takes its toll.

It’s Official—Higher Pay Attracts Better Workers

While it may seem like common sense, but new research backs up this conventional wisdom.

EPA administrator Gina McCarthy

With Staff Changes, EPA Sharpens Climate Focus

New lineup will help implement the President's Climate Action Plan.

How to Deal With Self-Doubt

Effective leadership is about pursuing the knowledge you don’t have.

 "One of the fundamental problems we have in the U.S. is we're probably one of the best at immediate response," HUD's Shaun Donovan said. "But we are nowhere near the best at long-term resilience planning."

HUD Is a Hub of Obama's Climate Agenda

Housing agency helps in long-term disaster recovery and shoring up infrastructure to withstand extreme weather events.

5 Tips for Managing Dueling Staffers

How to recognize the signs of rivalry before it creates a hostile work environment.

Rep. Lou Barletta, R-Pa.

Nuclear Commission’s New Office Lease Will Shrink Footprint

GSA and House panel approve shared space with FDA in Maryland.

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