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How to Make Inclusivity More than Just an Office Buzzword

There are four things leaders need to keep in mind.

Immigrant children line up in June outside the Homestead Temporary Shelter for Unaccompanied Children.

The Trump Administration Ignored Warnings From Career Officials About Family Separation Policy

Career employees were repeatedly told by leadership not to plan for handling separated children prior to the policy's official announcement.

Consumer Bureau’s Plan to Rescind Payday Lender Rule Draws Fire

Kathy Kraninger’s first major act to “increase access to credit” undoes an Obama-era rule and largely pleases industry.

Nutritional shakes, a tube for feeding through the nose, and lubricants, including a jar of olive oil, are displayed as force feeding is explained during a tour of the detainee hospital at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, Cuba in 2013.

ICE Detainees on Hunger Strike Are Being Force-Fed, Just Like Guantánamo Detainees Before Them

Alleged 'enemy combatants' held at Guantánamo Bay who went on hunger strikes to protest their indefinite detention were force-fed by the U.S. military. Today, ICE is force-feeding immigrant detainees.

Building a Culture of Informed Decision Making

A new law aims to institutionalize an evidence-driven culture in agencies. Implementation won’t be easy.

Hikers walk along the South Rim of the Grand Canyon in 2018.

Grand Canyon National Park Turns 100: How a Place Once Called ‘Valueless’ Became Grand

The Grand Canyon, which marks 100 years as a national park on Feb. 26, 2019, is known today as an iconic natural wonder. But early European visitors weren't impressed.

President Donald Trump delivers his State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington, as Vice President Mike Pence and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi look on.

Trump Calls for Unity but Highlights Divisions That Sparked Shutdown

In his state of the union address, the president praised the work of some federal employees, criticized others for misbehavior.

Furloughed federal workers wait in line to receive food from the not-for-profit World Central Kitchen in Washington on Jan. 22.

Study: Federal Workforce Is on the Verge of Catastrophe

Without a significant overhaul, agencies may fail to provide adequate services when they are needed most, researchers found.

Agencies Ramp Up Classified Plans to Protect 2020 Elections

Homeland Security and Justice deliver review of meddling during 2018.

The GS System Fails in Today’s Labor Markets

Companies understand that you get what you pay for.