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How Managers Can Spark, Not Squelch, Our Motivation

Intrinsic motivation has a wide range of benefits for both employees and the organization. Here are 5 ways for managers to foster it.

Border Patrol agents conduct intake of minor illegal border crossers at the Central Processing Center in McAllen, Texas, Sunday, June 17

The GOP’s Bill to Stop Family Separations Looks Dead for Now

Waffling on the part of the White House likely means that no legislation on the matter will come up for a vote before recess next week.

Another Shocking Delay for NASA’s Next Big Telescope

If the James Webb Space Telescope wants to get off the ground, it will need a blessing—and more money—from Congress.

Patrick Tucker and Lt. Gen. Robert Ashley at the Defense One Technology Summit, June 26, 2018.

Pentagon Intelligence Chief: Russia And China Will Have Weapons in Space ‘In the Near Future’

The Defense Intelligence Agency’s director says the U.S. lead in space is diminishing and tomorrow’s skies will be filled with enemy robot satellites.

Play of the Day: Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy Is Retiring

Will the president nominate Jeanine Pirro? Ted Nugent? Himself?

Supreme Court Union Ruling Could Energize Both Sides in Fight Over Civil Service Reform

Observers predict that both conservatives and labor supporters will capitalize on the ruling stripping non-federal public sector unions of some dues collection authority, making civil service reform more difficult.

Daniel Horowitz received his $161,000 annual federal salary for three years while he was barred from working during a misconduct investigation. He was fired from the Chemical Safety Board last week.

Meet the Government Chemist Who Spent 36 Months on Paid Leave Before He Was Fired

Daniel Horowitz learned Friday of his dismissal by the departing Chemical Safety Board chief.

FEMA workers work in Puerto Rico in November after Hurricane Maria.

It’s (Mostly) Not FEMA’s Fault

The problems blamed on emergency managers are often caused by the shortcomings of other governmental bodies, both before and after disasters.