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Bipartisan Group of Lawmakers Makes Late Push for Two-Year Budgeting

Leadership still negotiating change that lawmakers say would give agencies more certainty in appropriations.

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OPM Grants Greater Flexibility With Senior Executive Personnel Appraisal Systems

Officials, senior executives group tout the changes as a move toward results-oriented compliance.

Presidential Rank Award Winners Total 131 for 2018

Senior Executives Association plans leadership summit honoring the awardees on Dec. 13.

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‘Heavy’ Multitasking May Cramp Your Memory

The word 'multitasking' implies that you can do two or more things at once, but in reality our brains only allow us to do one thing at a time.

D.C.-Area Agencies Open With Unscheduled Leave, Telework

First winter weather event of the season hits region.

Unions Sue VA Over Official Time Edict

Decision to ban medical employees from official time is "clear violation of the law," labor groups argue.

Postal Service Loses $3.9 Billion in Fiscal 2018

Postmaster general says the losses will only get worse without congressional intervention.

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These Are The Skills To Learn For The Future Of Work, According To The World Economic Forum

The list of growing and declining skills suggests how to stay relevant in the new economy.

Analysis: Nielsen Isn’t the Issue With Trump’s Immigration Policies

The president is reportedly close to firing his secretary of homeland security, but her successor will also struggle to enact impractical and illegal directives from the White House.

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Three Reasons Your Career Has Stalled

A pair of management consultants aptly describes the problems as "pandas."

USPS Wins Approval for Largest-Ever Price Increase for Stamps

Large-scale mailers called the proposal "surprising and shocking."

Social Security Doled Out At Least $10 Billion in Unmerited Payments Last Year

Watchdog says despite progress, goals for improving accuracy rate unfulfilled in 2017.

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