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The Talent Your Organization Needs May Already Be on the Payroll

Though executives say that their most important asset is their people, they don’t tap into the knowledge that their employees who do the work have about both the problems and the solutions they face every day.

Expanded Intel Whistleblower Bill Headed to the President

Advocates praise 'first enforceable' rights for workers at secret agencies.

OMB Shares How Agencies Will Actually Reach Goals in Areas Like Climate Change

Eight of 15 action plans for cross-agency efforts are linked to Obama’s second-term management agenda.

The Surprising Secret of Happier, More Productive Organizations: Conflict

Conflict can be a sign that people are cooperating—that is, doing the hard work that makes a company better, more agile and more competitive.

Chart: The Benefits Claims That Are Flying Under the Radar at VA

Disability claims aren't the only ones clogging up the system.

The Three Things You Can Control

How to recover your emotional balance when life takes a sharp turn.

“This common-sense bill makes government more efficient without targeting our hard-working federal employees,” said Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont.

Lawmakers Want Agencies to Share Information on Job Applicants

Senators say bill would save money and improve the federal hiring process.

Secrets of the Creative Brain

A leading neuroscientist who has spent decades studying creativity shares her research on where genius comes from, whether it is dependent on high IQ.

IRS Pays Pro-Marriage Group $50,000 for Disclosing Donors

Leak to gay group and press was inadvertent, government told court.

Senior Execs Are Leaving Federal Service at a Faster Clip

Retirements and dissatisfaction are behind the exodus, report finds.