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Demonstrators chant and hold signs behind a display of coal ash and the chemicals in it during a protest near Duke Energy's headquarters in Charlotte in 2014.

The EPA's Failure to Protect People From the Environment

A new report from the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights finds the agency toothless—or even harmful—in addressing environmental justice.

How Bad People Rise to the Top

Corruption may thrive, but metrics show that helpfulness is a predictor of success and increases productivity.

The Algorithms That Tell Bosses How Employees Are Feeling

Sentiment-analysis software can help companies figure out what’s bothering workers—or what they’re excited about.

Some Agencies Are Making Headway on Luring Millennials

Senate panel bemoans lengthy time-to-hire and still burdensome USAJOBS site.

In Cold Offices, It's All About Your Feet

At Berkeley, researchers are studying how wearing flip-flops changes buildings' air-conditioning needs.

Acting OPM Director Beth Cobert and other officials stressed the bureau's focus on reducing the investigations backlog.

New Security Clearance Bureau Will Begin Operations Monday

NBIB will focus on automating data collection, shortening investigation time.

VA Secretary Bob McDonald has expressed concern about the department’s ability to recruit and retain a talented workforce as it recovers from a major scandal.

VHA Still Needs More Doctors and Nurses

New watchdog report finds that more of the agency’s health care professionals are resigning than retiring.

How May I Help You?

Some federal agencies really want to know.

Yes, You Can Fire Incompetent Government Employees

The Merit Systems Protection Board issues refresher guidance in Civil Service principles and prohibited practices.

A Nomination for the First U.S. Ambassador to Cuba in 50 Years

President Obama nominated a longtime diplomat for the top post in the communist country.

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