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NASA Could Go to the Moon Next Year

The agency is willing to ditch its own billion-dollar rocket in favor of a commercial one, to meet a very tight deadline.

10 Tips for Becoming a Better Leader

No one comes to the role fully prepared for the challenges.

The Chemical Safety Board on Wednesday settled its dispute with fired managing director Daniel Horowitz.

Chemical Board Settles with Managing Director After Three-Year Paid Leave

The government spent some $485,700 just to cover David Horowitz’ salary in a case that highlighted the inefficiencies of federal personnel management.

House Oversight and Reform Committee ranking member Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio (left), and Chairman Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md. Cummings has introduced legislation to codify banning the box.

Bill Would Ban Federal Contractors From Asking About Criminal History Early in Job Application Process

Legislation would codify delaying when federal hiring officials inquire about candidates’ criminal records, and apply the requirement to contractors as well.

The FBI headquarters in downtown Washington is in serious disrepair.

GSA Chief Declines to Disclose What She Discussed With Trump Regarding FBI HQ

Administrator says she has "no knowledge" of Trump exerting undue influence on decision making.

People stand around the message "Get out usurper!" as they protest the government of Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro in Caracas on Tuesday

U.S. Pulls Diplomats From Its Embassy In Caracas, and Tensions Between Venezuela and Brazil Escalate

Citing security concerns, the US is evacuating its embassy in Caracas, where President Maduro blames the US for a calamitous power outage. Venezuela's relations with Brazil are eroding quickly, too.

Agencies Need to Move Beyond “People” Analytics to “Relational” Analytics

A new study suggests how a change in focus could improve organizations’ performance.

Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., questions whether postal workers should be able to engage in collective bargaining.

Trump's Postal Reform Proposals Met With Criticism From Lawmakers, USPS Management

Administration, in turn, blasts several key bipartisan provisions of potential postal overhaul legislation.

Transparency Groups Sue Health and Human Services Over Website Changes

Sunlight Foundation launches new portal to centralize monitoring of Trump "censorship."