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Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Director Richard Cordray

Consumer Agency Accused of Ranking White Employees Higher in Performance Reviews

Report says 115 Consumer Financial Protection Bureau employees have complained to a labor union about the situation.

What Does Mindfulness Even Mean, Anyway?

Two ways to think clearly when you're overworked and overwhelmed.

Seven Agencies Fail at FOIA, Group Says

State, Defense and DHS receive F grades; Justice and SSA earn B's.

NASA Is Calling All Nerds to Help Save the World

Want to be an asteroid hunter? The space agency wants your help.

Retirement Claims Backlog Continues to Grow

OPM creates a less ambitious timetable to process outstanding retirement claims.

Three Management Mantras That Ben Horowitz Says Are Stupid

These persistent management phrases need to be removed from leaders’ vocabularies.

Lois Lerner, the director of the IRS Exempt Organizations Division who left government in September 2013, last Wednesday again invoked her Fifth Amendment rights.

Lawyers Examine Pleading the Fifth As A Federal Employee

House GOP-led probe appears no closer to testimony from Lois Lerner, a former fed and key player in the IRS controversy.

The Complete Guide to Listening to Music at Work

It has never been easier to tune in to your own customized soundtrack. Here's what you need to know.

4 Ways to Structure Your Agency for Change

Organizations are continuously inundated with change, so be ready for it.

Defense Unveils Options to Overhaul Military Retirement System

Possible proposals include providing lump-sum payments to personnel that would likely reduce overall compensation.