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Spotlighting Government Writing at Its Best—and Worst

The Center for Plain Language seeks nominations for the ClearMark and WonderMark Awards.

This Map Wants to Change How You Think About Your Commute

With the help of 4.2 trillion points of data.

OPM: Hire Us to Improve Your Agency

Human resources agency wants to use annual federal employee survey to improve worker happiness.

Key Military Health Surveillance Website Was Down for Nearly a Month

Unexplained technical problems plagued the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Center site.

Todd Park, U.S. chief technology officer

Proposed Law Would Give U.S. Chief Technology Officer Oversight of Major IT Projects

The CTO’s office could manage the project itself or help the agency manage it.

Making the Most of Your Limited Engagement

Sam Berns left us with his 3-point philosophy for living a happy life.

Werfel Departs OMB Following Stint as Acting IRS Chief

Next career move undetermined, ex-controller says.

A sign indicating Recovery Act work was put up in Waukegan, Ill. in 2009.

Recovery Act Raised Accountability, GAO Says

Websites advanced transparency, though tracking outcomes remains elusive.

Richard M. Nixon gave the 1971 State of the Union speech on Jan. 22.

Who Said It, Obama or Nixon?

The answer will be both when Obama delivers a State of the Union speech that uses language of past presidents.

Creative Minds: Can Microbes Influence Mental Health?

Gut bacteria could be affecting your thought process.