One former official said the decision will make it harder, not easier, for presidents of both parties to implement their policy agendas in the future.
Familiar faces will likely have to revisit efforts around information sharing and establishing global norms.
President-elect Joe Biden's sweeping criminal justice proposal focuses on prevention and diversion in an attempt to prod states away from locking people up.
Briefings will occur on November 30 and will be closed to the press.
Maintaining a culture of relentless curiosity, where employees are invited to challenge assumptions, is good for organizations and healthy for people.
The pick may telegraph whether the GOP intends a cooperative or combative approach to the Biden administration.
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The results of a Nextgov/Government Business Council survey offer insights into how federal employees feel about apps to trace coronavirus exposure and their agency’s efforts to track infections.
The border city recently resorted to using inmates from the county jail to move bodies. At the request of county officials, the state is sending assistance.
A significant number of women are being considered for key economic slots in the Biden administration, including as secretaries of Treasury, Commerce and Labor.
George Washington University's Steven L. Schooner joins the podcast to discuss GSA chief Emily Murphy's decision to not officially start the transition.
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Mathematicians are playing a key role in fighting the pandemic by modeling different scenarios for a vaccine rollout.
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'Mind your manners' isn't just something your mother told you. Manners – and civility – are an essential component of how things get done in government, and the Founding Fathers knew it.
Union officials said they fear the department’s request to the Federal Labor Relations Authority, combined with President Trump’s controversial Schedule F executive order, could amount to a last-minute effort to strip federal workers of collective bargaining rights.
New research analyzing the responses of hundreds of local leaders identified common obstacles and proven ways to overcome them.
House Democrats also question actions by the White House in the run-up to the election.
Top negotiators say they have made some progress in setting line-by-line funding for federal agencies, but some barriers remain.
James Young, Louisville's former director of elections, took to Twitter to defend the integrity of election workers. Twelve thousand retweets later, he explains why.
A state-funded coalition of legal organizations will help Illinois residents navigate the process of criminal record expungement for pot-related offenses.
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