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3 Levers to Pull for Smoother Budgeting

What can we learn from the budget brawls of late?

President Obama meets with the 2013 Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medals finalists and winners.

Obama Meets with Top Public Servants

President greets 2013 Service to America honorees at White House nearly a week after the government reopens.

A Park Police officer watches as a National Park Service employee posts a sign on a barricade closing access to the Lincoln Memorial on Oct. 1, the day the government shutdown began.

Bill Would Keep National Parks Open During Government Shutdowns

Legislation would allow states to foot the bill temporarily if Uncle Sam closes again.

Sen. Tom Carper, D-Del., requested the report.

GSA Could Save More in High-Value Leases, Watchdog Says

Lack of funds has delayed shift from pricier leasing to ownership.

Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va.

Lesson from the Shutdown: A Need to Clarify Who’s Furloughed

Lawmakers and employee groups outraged at notion of 'nonessential' workers.

Former President George W. Bush

Analysis: To Avoid Bush's Fate, Obama Must Fire Someone Soon

The public expects action on the botched health care rollout.

Why Do Women Work Better Together Than Men?

The shutdown showed that women were the most focused on solutions.

Analysis: Is Your Agency Doing All The Wrong Things Right?

To better understand your organization's risk profile, question the status quo.

IRS Fails to Police Contractors Who Are Behind on Their Taxes

Auditors find 5 percent of 13,000 private employees together owe $5.4 million.

4 Ways to Improve Morale Post-Shutdown

A turning point for federal employee engagement is upon us.