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Mark Micheli

Editor, Excellence in Government Mark Micheli is Special Projects Editor for Government Executive Media Group. He's the editor of Excellence in Government Online and contributes to GovExec, NextGov and Defense One. Previously, he worked on national security and emergency management issues with the US Treasury Department and the Department of Homeland Security. He's a graduate of the Coro Fellows Program in Public Affairs and studied at Drake University.
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7 Huge Mistakes of Inaugurations Past

January 17, 2013 For all the preparation and pageantry of presidential inaugurations, sometimes things don’t go according to plan. In the depths of inaugural history lie some fascinating goofs, flubs and even deadly mistakes. Here now, in chronological order, we present a list of seven notable failures of inaugurations past: 1. The Time...

Infographic: The Secret to Better Sleep

January 15, 2013 As we head into 2013, many Americans may have resolved to get more sleep this year. Dr. Francis Collins, Director of the National Institutes for Health, recommends that adults get seven to eight hours of sleep each night. According to this Infographic from Greatist.com, most Americans are clocking in just...

Video: Watch NASA's Stunning New Video of Lunar Surface

January 11, 2013 One of NASA's GRAIL probes took this beautiful footage of the Moon: Learn more about NASA's GRAIL mission, in which two lunar probes intentionally crashed into the Moon's surface last month, over at NextGov. [via NASA / JPL-Caltech / MIT / SRS]

14 Terrible Things People Like More Than Congress

January 8, 2013 Here’s your ridiculous poll of the day: Public Policy Polling recently asked people if they had a higher opinion of Congress or a long series of highly unpleasant or unpopular things. As it turns out, people really don’t like Congress. At all. According to the survey, people prefer root canals...

12 of the Best White House Photos of 2012

January 3, 2013 While 2012 has come and gone, the images taken by White House photographer Pete Souza will last forever—literally. As Souza told Time in October, the Presidential Records Act prohibits him and his team from deleting any photograph. From those millions of digital files, Souza has culled his favorite photos of...

The Five Agencies Most, and Least, Satisfied with Pay in 2012

December 17, 2012 Across the board, the annual list of Best Places to Work in the federal government showed a large drop in overall employee job satisfaction. A large contributor to that decline, the report notes, is the continued pay freeze in the federal government. The below list shows the agencies most, and...

DARPA Miracle Foam Could Save Lives on the Battlefield

December 17, 2012 The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has developed an injectable foam that shows promise in reducing death from internal bleeding. When a life threatening injury is sustained on the battlefield, the clock starts ticking on what is known as the “Golden Hour”—the critical 60 minute window during which soldiers...

NASA Goes Gangnam Style in Two Awesome (and Super Cheesy) Music Videos

December 17, 2012 Something must be in the water down in Houston, because NASA’s Johnson Space Center is responsible for the release of not one, but two, ridiculously awesome—and super cheesy—music videos. The first shows the Johnson Space Center’s HR team lip dubbing to The Script’s “Hall of Fame.” The other, set to...

The Five WORST Places to Work in Government

December 14, 2012 Last week, the Partnership for Public Service released their annual list of the Best Places to Work in the federal government. The index, which measures the performance of agencies as related to employee satisfaction and commitment, showed the largest drop in employee satisfaction since the measurements began in 2003. “The...

The Five BEST Places to Work in Government

December 14, 2012 Based on the Employee Viewpoint Survey and looking at factors including effective leadership, pay, work-life balance and teamwork, the Partnership for Public Service released the results of its annual “Best Places to Work” index. The results were broken down by three major categories: Large Agencies (those with 15,000+ employees) Mid-Size...

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