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USPS Denies It’s Making Letter Carriers Return Early to Avoid Paying Overtime

D.C.-area employees say mail is piling up as they are unable to finish their routes.

“Laredo is a top priority for GSA, and a perfect example of how the agency’s commitment to efficiency and savings serves federal agencies and taxpayers alike,” said GSA Administrator Dan Tangherlini in a statement.

GSA Inks Deal for Zero-Energy Building, Upgrades Texas Port

Contract for Virgin Islands facility guarantees $13 million in savings over 19 years.

What Executives Can Learn From CDC's 'Winnable Battles' Strategy

Public health officials take on smoking and teen pregnancy, one performance goal at a time.

Watchdog: Successful Interagency Partnerships Built on Trust, Communication

GAO consults senior executives on achieving priority policy goals.

Hundreds of 2013 Presidential Management Fellows Haven’t Been Hired

Candidates and alumni blame tight agency budgets, furloughs; ask OPM to extend April 8 deadline.

Busting the Barriers to Interagency Collaboration

How a handful of cross-agency groups transcended cultural differences to share skills and resources.

Rethinking the Modern Federal Manager

GovExec's Kellie Lunney says 'change agility' is a key leadership trait in uncertain times.

Poll: Half the Federal Workforce Says They Might Leave Government

Pay freeze, fed-bashing and lure of private-sector salaries among the reasons.

Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn.

Woman Who Ran for President Says U.S. Not Ready for Female President

Michele Bachmann, in rebutting Hillary Clinton, forgets her own campaign past.