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The Power of Your Choices in 2014

How personal decisions can change the course of history in just 12 months.

How Hillary Clinton Created the First Endless Presidential Campaign

It's possible the era of presidential campaign staffers finding temporary side gigs may have come to an end.

When Government Pays for Success, Not Services

Pilot projects tie contractor payments to target outcomes rather than completed work.

OMB Directs Agencies to Embrace ‘Value Engineering’

Private-sector management approach promotes cost savings through ongoing analysis.

Labor IG: No More Advance Peeks at Jobs Data for Media

Early access to weekly unemployment claims may unfairly advantage some news outlets and their clients.

What to Do When You Become Your Co-Workers' Boss

How to avoid retribution when your peers become subordinates.

Get Ready for the Obamacare Ad Blitz

Now that the website works, the administration needs people to enroll in health care plans.

Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, on Thursday proposed legislation that would restore full cost-of-living adjustments for young military retirees

Lawmaker Looks to Postal Service to Restore Military Pension Cut

Bill would reinstate full COLAs to working-age military retirees by ending Saturday mail delivery.

Chief Justice: Sequester Jeopardizes Federal Courts, Public Safety

The judicial branch would have difficulty absorbing more spending cuts, says John Roberts.

The Dark Side of Emotional Intelligence

In some jobs, being in touch with emotions is essential. In others, it seems to be a detriment. And like any skill, being able to read people can be used for good or evil.