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Why Would Anyone Want to Work for the Government?

The incentive system isn't working, but it won't stay broken forever.

5 Conference Planning Tips to Cut Costs

Ways to ensure your next conference is on point and on budget.

How Well Do You Know Your Administration? A Quiz

Which head of an independent agency is the daughter of the Tootsie Roll CEO? And other questions.

Obama Orders Agencies to Recruit Volunteers

Government must expand spirit of service by engaging individuals in federal missions, order says.

Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chair Mary Jo White

Distrust, Low Morale and Compartmentalization Hinder SEC

Agency should reorganize workforce, audit says.

Your Jokes Hurt Joe Biden's Feelings

Biden discusses whether or not he'll run in 2016.

Commentary: Leave Financial Crime Fighting to the Experts

Treasury is best equipped to lead the Global Illicit Financial Team.

Confederate graves, featuring the Southern Cross of Honor, at Magnolia Cemetery in Charleston, S.C.

What the Government Spends on Confederate Graves

Taxpayers now pay more to maintain rebel graves and monuments than those honoring Union soldiers.

White Males Are a Minority Among Top Obama Administration Officials

This might be the most diverse administration ever, but that's not saying much.

Merton College is part of Oxford University.

More Top Obama Officials Have Graduate Degrees From Oxford Than Any Public U.S. University

Harvard remains the most popular school for both graduate and undergraduate degrees.

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