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Republicans Prep Funding to Keep Government Open Through Election Day

It looks like the fiscal 2015 appropriations process is already dead.

Agency Returned $4.6 Billion to Wronged Consumers

Republican critics of the 3-year-old Consumer Financial Protection Bureau say it hasn’t received enough oversight.

Maybe Less Productive Employees Just Need a Little Siesta Time

Sleep-deprived South Korea is encouraging government workers to nap.

Don’t Burn Your Calendar at Both Ends

Three surefire ways to stop cramming too much into your weekly planner.

The DHS Groundbreaking Ceremony at St. Elizabeths Campus, September 9, 2009

The Federal Government Is Shrinking—Literally

Agencies have reduced their footprint under a White House initiative to make government more efficient.

When Feds Ignore Risk, They Create Risk

Many agencies lack fundamental tools for managing uncertainty.

More Women Around the Globe Are Networking Over Cocktails

All the new ways that professional women are using alcohol to socialize, network, and assert their independence.

Hillary Clinton's Lessons in Executive Diplomacy

From the memoirs of Obama administration appointees.

John Kerry Makes the U.S. Case Against Russia Over Downed Plane

The Secretary of State made the Obama administration's pitch over the plane crash in Ukraine across TV Sunday morning.

HUD Hiring Blitz Attracts Vets, Minorities

The department is on track to make 1,000 hires by the end of fiscal 2014 with an eye on diversity.