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How the Government Could Successfully Leverage Its Buying Power

The UK offers some insight for achieving this decades-long quest.

Columns at the U.S. Supreme Court.

Supreme Court Reaffirms States Cannot Discriminate Against Federal Retirees

Retiree advocates had cautioned the ruling could have far reaching consequences for former feds.

Rep. Frank Pallone, Jr., D-N.J., chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, is among the lawmakers concerned about the shutdown's impact on agency rulemaking.

Shutdown Thwarted Public Input on Agency Rules

Lawmakers, citing public health and environmental impact, want OMB to extend the rulemaking comment period.

Retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal says people make the choice to lead when the opportunity arises.

You Don’t Need Leadership Training to Lead

An interview with retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal on the nature of leadership.

President Donald Trump hands a pen to Air Force Gen. Paul Selva after signing "Space Policy Directive 4" in the Oval Office on Tuesday.

Trump Officially Directs Pentagon to Create Space Force, Within Air Force

If Congress approves, Space Force would exist like the Marine Corps within the Navy Department.

Play of the Day: The Court Fights Over the National Emergency

A group of states are suing the Trump administration, including Hawaii.

Washington-Area Agencies Closed Wednesday

OPM announces closure amid forecasts of an impending winter storm.

Don’t Assume the Worst

It’s a quick way to derail communications and set yourself and others up for disappointment.