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What Managers Should Do With 2018 Employee Viewpoint Survey Data

First, don’t get defensive about results that point to areas in need of improvement.

President Trump speaks at an event honoring ICE and CBP agents in August. Participation in the 287(g) program has more than doubled under Trump.

ICE’s Expanded Use of Local Law Enforcement Came Without Adequate Planning or Resources

The agency has no way of knowing if the 287(g) program is actually helping enforce its mission, IG says.

Analysis: The Decision Not to Call in the FBI Is Looking Worse and Worse

As new allegations have surfaced, the White House has continued to refuse an independent investigation.

IRS Advised to Improve Verification of Agency Retiree Income

GAO finds mistakes in benefit statements not promptly reported.

Lawmakers Urge Education to Rescind Unilaterally-Imposed Union Contract

Three Democratic senators asked Secretary Betsy DeVos to comply with a preliminary FLRA finding that the department’s actions last spring constituted an unfair labor practice.

President Trump shakes hands with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein after a roundtable on immigration policy in May.

Why It Matters If Rod Rosenstein Resigns or Trump Fires Him

Trump has already faced one lawsuit for allegedly violating the federal vacancies law.

What Rosenstein’s Exit Would Mean for Mueller's Russia Investigation

The deputy attorney general is reportedly on his way out at the Justice Department, though the exact circumstances are unclear.

FEMA Administrator Brock Long (right) attends a briefing after visiting areas impacted by Hurricane Florence last week.

FEMA Chief Agrees to Reimburse Agency for Personal Travel Costs

Long and Homeland Security Sec. Nielsen announce review of rules, but he’ll stay in job.

Trump Signals an Openness to Talks with Iran

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley appeared on Sunday morning’s news shows and took a hardline on Iran, but said the president would react favorably if Iran expressed interest in meeting.

The Problem With Harvard Business School Case Studies

Even the man who popularized the case method felt it was too indifferent to societal ills, to labor, and to the ideals of economic equality.