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OPM courts interns, recent grads

Agency is ramping up its efforts this fall to attract new hires to government.

Federal judge upholds Obama ban on lobbyists sitting on advisory panels

Ruling finds service is not a ‘government benefit’ to which lobbyists are entitled.

When Morale Wanes, Remember Why You Became a Public Servant

Dr. Reginald Wells, Chief Human Capital Officer at SSA, on how to motivate employees during hard times.

The 3 Kinds of Innovation

Innovation does not necessarily mean doing something entirely new.

How to Get Unstuck

A simple exercise to help you prioritize and get moving.

Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., was unable to get postal reform in the six-month budget Congress recently passed.

USPS prepares for second default in two months

Mail service and current retiree health benefits will be unaffected.

People search for belongings after their home was destroyed by Hurricane Issac.

Feds pitch in to help colleagues affected by hurricane

FEEA sends $70,000 in grants to assist federal employees hit by Isaac.

Greener work station lighting and power strips could be on the way

GSA welcomes test results on energy-saving building technologies.

The 7 Most Powerful Women in Government

The women in government who made Forbes magazine's list of "The World's 100 Most Powerful Women."

Seven First Year Mistakes Senior Executives Make

Early career leaders often make some of the same mistakes.