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How Social Media is Becoming Separated from the Internet

Federal managers have a responsibility to create social media footprints.

IRS Requires More Than One Day to Resume Operations

Delays in phone and fax service are among the potential hiccups.

3 Skills the Private Sector Can Learn From Government

Public sector managers are hard-wired to handle complex demands.

U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius

GOP Wants Sebelius Fired Over Glitch-filled Launch of HealthCare.gov

The White House has said it has no plans to get rid of the HHS secretary.

Meet Jeh Johnson: Drone Lawyer and Obama's Secretary of Homeland Security Nominee

If his name doesn't sound familiar his pet issues will: Drones and the end of Don't Ask Don't Tell

HHS Secretary Won't Quit Over Rocky Obamacare Rollout

Many Americans have tried and failed to buy insurance through the exchanges because the federal website has so many glitches.

With the Washington Monument in the distance, Park Service police officers stand on duty at the Lincoln Memorial.

First Day Back After Shutdown Appears to Go Smoothly Amid Bitter Feelings

Agency representatives and interest groups lament lost productivity.

“Federal employees are not going to forget what happened in the last 16 days,” NTEU's Colleen Kelley said. “They are concerned about what the future will hold.”

Unions Warn of Low Morale, Retirement Wave Amid Continued Budget Uncertainty

'This could all happen again' in January, NTEU leader says.

Telework Now Offered by 88 Percent of Organizations

Mobility increasing at most workplaces, despite a few visible defectors, including HP, Best Buy and Yahoo!

Welcome Back! Now Here's What You Need To Do

Managers need to get employees reengaged ASAP.

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