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The Retirement Wave You Didn’t See Coming

The departure of workers under 60 years old could cause huge disruptions.

Analysis: Trust in Federal Workers Hits New Low

Survey shows little confidence in feds, but government careers are viewed favorably.

Travel and Conference Cutbacks Are Harming Innovation, Survey Finds

Federal employees cope by attending webinars, reading relevant publications and websites.

Leading the new center is Brookings senior fellow Elaine Kamarck.

Brookings Launches Center to Improve Public Management

Former Gore aide hopes to address governance challenges with 'cutting-edge' research.

The White House Launches Its Obamacare PR Blitz

President is rallying the troops from now until the end of the enrollment period in six months.

What Obama Can Learn About Leadership From the Pope

The Pope is striking a good balance as a leader.

Being A Better Leader: The Difference Between Reliability And Trust

Being a leader goes well beyond simply being the one in charge.

Lois Lerner testified before Congress in May.

IRS Accepts Retirement of Official at Center of Scandal

Exempt Organizations leader Lois Lerner angered Republicans by declining to testify.

Service to America Medal Finalists: The Top Public Servants in the Sciences

The 2013 Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medal nominees have been announced in the sciences.

What It's Like to Work for a Background Check Contractor

Former USIS workers say they faced pressure to churn out clearances quickly.