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On Shutdown Day, Employees Must Still Show Up

OMB directive would require a half-day to lock things down.

Get Shutdown Updates Sent Right to Your Phone

GovExec and Nextgov will provide breaking coverage of all things government, even if agencies are forced to close.

Disappointment Sucks. So, Now What?

Four ways to get back up after falling down.

Updated: Agencies Post Shutdown Plans Online

Obama administration directed agencies to provide guidance to employees on Friday, as Oct. 1 deadline nears.

8 Common Workplace Stressors and How to Handle Them

Strategies for tackling your daily stresses.

The Obscure Law That Governs Shutdowns

A look at the Antideficiency Act, and how it will come into play if Congress can't agree on a spending deal.

Senior Executive Advocate Dies After Long Illness

Bill Bransford, SEA general counsel, was 'a true friend to federal employees,' says law partner.

The States Where Women Make the Most (and Least) Compared to Men

The wage gap is a complicated issue, but here's a simple chart showing where it's most severe.

Cyber Execs' Competing Priorities Are Often at Odds With Each Other

Study identifies critical yet paradoxical security problems managers face.

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