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Geithner Book: When Obama Blew a Dog Whistle and a Budget Deal

Former Treasury secretary adds context to behind-the-scenes White House budget machinations.

4 Big Reasons Workplace Teams Struggle—And What to Do About It

It’s critical to define success before you start the work.

Providing assistance to farmers whose lands were destroyed by floods or tornadoes is “what government service is all about,” Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said.

Federal Leaders: Government Needs to Do a Better Job of Self-Promotion

Public engagement key to effective 21st century government, USDA secretary and management chief say.

Being a Mother Cured Me From My Perfectionist and Workaholic Ways

My priorities haven’t necessarily shifted, but they have expanded, to include time to pause, to compliment, and to celebrate.

David Mader, a 32-year veteran of the Internal Revenue Service, was named May 1 to replace Danny Werfel (pictured) as OMB’s chief finance officer,

Obama Nominee for Controller a Seasoned Fed

David Mader spent 32 years at IRS and was Distinguished Presidential Rank Award winner.

Excellence in Government Conference Looks at the ‘Agency of the Future’

Speakers examine mobility, young leaders and women in government.

The Washington Monument Is Finally Reopening

The stone obelisk was damaged during a 5.8-magnitude earthquake that rumbled up the east coast on August 23, 2011.

Agencies Could Track Feds’ Speeding to Reduce Fuel Costs

More data could help lower federal fleet expenses, watchdog report says.

How to Lead Change When You’re a Middle Manager

Building new organizational capabilities can be difficult when you lack full authority.

USPS Loses $1.9 Billion in Second Quarter Despite Operating Profits

Retiree health benefits and other liabilities continue to drive the Postal Service into the red.