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Air Force Begins Reinstating Suspended Personnel at Nuclear Launch Site

Nineteen employees required additional training; four have completed it.

How to Start Transitioning Your Agency to a Shared Services Model

Agencies need to pepare to use OMB mandated shared service providers.

Daniel Fawcett of the U.S. Forest Service sets a back-fire to combat a wildfire in Wrightwood, Calif. in 2009.

The Feds Are Fighting Forest Fires Wrong

The government pours billions into fighting fires but skimps on cheap, proven methods for stopping megafires before they start.

Justice Investigated a New York Times Reporter, Too

Agency pulled fed correspondence with David Sanger after Stuxnet virus story.

What Would It Mean for Governments to Compete Like Businesses?

Can government provide services for which outsiders are willing to pay a premium?

 “We’ve made great strides when it comes to our economy, but we can do more to encourage small and large companies alike to grow and thrive," Sen. Mark Pryor, D-Ark., said.

Senators Renew Bipartisan Regulatory Reform Bid

Update of Administrative Procedure Act pushes cost-benefit analysis.

The Seduction of Being 'Busy'

Are you the busiest person in your office? Yeah, us too.

Obama Names Chicago Survey Center Chief as Census Director

John Thompson served at the bureau more than two decades.

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