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OMB Pushes Interagency Collaboration to Modernize Statistics

Regulatory chief seeks to eliminate 'stovepiped' information releases.

Here's Our Chance to Fix Government Once and for All

Landmark legislation would provide the real power needed to cut waste.

Hurricane Katrina destroyed neighborhoods in 2005.

Housing Choices for Poor Families Have Not Improved Since Katrina

A new study shows that vouchers for low-income families in post-Katrina New Orleans haven’t helped integrate or improve neighborhoods.

Cornyn: Deal to Bring Snowden Home Would Be 'Insulting and Inappropriate'

The fugitive leaker should serve at least 12 to 20 years, the Majority Whip said this week.

Most Agencies Embrace Data-Driven Performance Reviews, Watchdog Finds

Homeland Security among those not meeting regularly on progress toward goals.

The 4 Keys to Building Rapport With Your Team

How to tear down the wall between you and your employees.

FBI Chief: ISIS Is Relying on Encryption to Recruit Americans

“This is not your grandfather’s al-Qaida,” Comey told the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Can HUD's New Rule Fix Residential Segregation?

The Obama administration issues a new rule—and a mapping tool—that are designed to help communities address segregation.

Hillary Clinton: Cyber Legislation Is 'Not Enough' to Stop Dangerous Foreign Hackers

The candidate cites China, Russia, North Korea and Iran as threats.

Let's Demolish HR and Start Over

The traditional administrative function is adding little value.