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Economists Pan Debt Ceiling’s Very Existence

Economists think the very idea of a 'debt ceiling' is a bit silly.

Danny Werfel, Controller, OMB

Labor-management council aims for full agency participation in forums

Before the election, some managers may have been holding back, OPM chief says.

Meet Todd Jones, Obama's nominee for ATF director

He would be the first confirmed head of the agency.

New bill would extend fed pay freeze through 2013

House will consider legislation next week.

The always changing parrotfish.

4 Ways to Help Your Team Deal with Change

Employees won't tell you if they're struggling with change, you have to reach out. Here's how.

John Kerry's 'problematic' wealth could delay confirmation

Ruling out conflict of interest in the nominee's complex investments is tricky.

Obama and Biden unveiled the plan Wednesday.

Gun control steps include executive order on background checks, new ATF chief

23 executive actions will accompany legislative requests to reinstate assault weapons ban, limit high-capacity magazines.

OPM's John Berry is a possible candidate for the Interior job.

Obama could look west to fill Interior job

Washington Gov. Christine Gregoire is a possible candidate, along with OPM chief John Berry.

What Is Executive Presence?

Defining that undefinable something that differentiates effective leaders from all the rest.

How Big is Government? New ‘Map’ Shows Us Nobody Knows

A new document attempts to define how many federal agencies exist and shows us that's tricky question.