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Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., is leading the push for more transparency into reorganization plans.

House Democrats: Hold Hearings on the 'Degradation of the Federal Workforce'

Oversight lawmakers want more transparency on Trump’s efforts to cut federal rolls.

New Analysis Counters Claim that Federal Workforce Grew in Recent Years

President Trump should better target efforts to right-size government, scholar argues.

The Department of Justice Takes a Stand Against Transgender Rights in the Workplace

A new memo rescinds an Obama-era policy on gender-identity discrimination, setting the stage for a possible Supreme Court fight.

Needed: A Commitment to Effective Performance Management

Civil service reform is important, but without management reform it’s unlikely to generate the expected results.

Survey: Federal Senior Execs Lack Sufficient Authority to Drive Change

Career leaders “don’t feel empowered,” professional association says.

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke speaks at the Heritage Foundation last week. Senior executive Joel Clement said he is resigning due to wasteful spending and Zinke's poor leadership.

Interior Whistleblower Resigns, Citing 'All-Out Assault on the Civil Service'

Joel Clement deplores Ryan Zinke’s leadership, encourages colleagues to "persist" and "resist."

First lady Melania Trump waves next to President Donald Trump from Air Force One upon arrival at the Luis Muñiz Air National Guard Base in San Juan on Tuesday.

What's Happening With the Relief Effort in Puerto Rico?

A timeline of the unprecedented catastrophe of Hurricane Maria

Senate Panel Approves 60% Increase in Buyout Payments for Feds

The $15,000 bump in VSIPs could make leaving government more appealing to employees as agencies look for ways to decrease the size of their workforces.

The Philosophical Case for Staying Hopeful in Dark Times

We can acknowledge the very real pain and suffering in the world today while still living with hope.