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When Can Your Tweet, Text or Calls Cost You Your Job?

Feds do not have a legally recognized expectation of privacy with respect to the government-owned equipment they use in and/or outside of the workplace.

New Approaches for Fighting Fraud

Agencies must develop guidelines for assessing fraud risks and plans to address them. Here’s how they can do it.

Driving Innovation in Government: The Unsung Heroes

Political appointees should check their assumptions at the door before launching big changes.

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin (right) listens to  President Trump during a February meeting about the budget.

What We Know About Trump’s Proposed Budget Cuts So Far

Leaks detail where the $54 billion in spending reductions would take place; some agency leaders plan to fight back.

Persistent Voice Urges Trump to Fire Feds 'Loyal to Obama'

Despite agency dependence on acting leaders, conservative would purge "leftists."

Ryan Zinke testifies at a confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill.

Sexual Harassment Allegations at Interior Arise Early in Zinke's Tenure

IG probe of security official prompts call for faster firings.

Why Everyone Should Master Project Management Skills

It sounds boring, but not if you’re doing it right.

Beware the Brutally Honest Workplace

When verbal assault masquerades as constructive criticism.

Acting CMS Chiefs Give Obamacare Staff a Thank-You Party

Career managers celebrate enrollment effort in endangered health care program.

Who’s Minding the Store at the Agencies?

Websites list dozens of acting officials at many agencies, with new leaders just arriving.

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