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The IRS Gave $1 Million in Bonuses to Employees Who Didn’t Pay Their Taxes

Drug users, credit card cheats also received performance awards.

You're Looking for Help in All the Wrong Places

Bad things can happen when you seek out like minds for advice.

Budget and Personnel Cuts Have Hurt the IRS

Significant reductions in employee training at the agency also are a concern, watchdog finds.

Afghan security personnel line up for the registration process before they cast their votes at a polling station in Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, April 5, 2014.

U.S. Forces in Afghanistan May Be Significantly Reduced

Officials have said that the troop count in Afghanistan could “drop well below 10,000.”

Managers and employees must be working in the same direction.

Why Alignment of Staff and Manager Satisfaction Scores Matter

If employees and bosses view your agency differently, it's harder to drive change.

How the Bush Family Went From Hated to Hipster

Between socks, biking, and bather-selfie paintings, the Bushes know how to make people forget about their legacy.

Government Employees Cause Nearly 60% of Public Sector Cyber Incidents

Misfired emails and other errors account for most of the compromised data.

10 Reasons Smiling Is More Than Lip Service

When you’re a leader, if you smile, they’ll smile.

“By consolidating these locations we are not just eliminating redundant rents and space, but also encouraging collaboration among government workers by creating open workspace,” Administrator Dan Tangherlini said.

GSA Pinpoints 19 Federal Properties Ripe for Consolidation

Savings in canceled leases and lowered energy costs would top $67 million.

"People expect some things from good government, and improving standards of safety is one of them,”  Deborah Hersman said.

Outgoing NTSB Chief: People Expect Government to Make Traveling Safer

Hersman asks media to keep safety in the news, pushes for child restraints on planes.