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Even Smart Leaders Make These Mistakes

Don't leave employees in the dark on how they're doing.

Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., said it will be hard to achieve real reform until the government has better information on its current holdings.

Which Agencies Are Best At Selling Unneeded Property?

The ability to keep some of the proceeds and disciplined management processes have helped some agencies, controller tells senators.

Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, introduced the bill, along with Sen.  Jon Tester, D-Mont.

Lawmakers Renew Push to Streamline Federal Hiring

Bill would hasten the burdensome hiring process, supporters say.

Can We Focus on What Works?

Evidence-based program management has to be better than this constant triage of failures.

A CDC official get ready to enter an ebola treatment unit in 2014 in Sierra Leone.

Ebola Still Scares Congress, so They’re Pushing More Spending to Fight Disease

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's preparedness funding gets a boost in a House appropriations bill.

Rafael Moure-Eraso speaks in Nashville, Tenn., in 2012.

How a Political Appointee Gets Fired in Washington

The ex-chairman of the Chemical Safety Board says he was unfairly maligned.

Obama Administration to Ban Artificial Trans Fats

The FDA announced Tuesday that certain oils are no longer recognized as safe.

Will Donald Trump Actually Matter in the 2016 Race?

The real-estate tycoon just announced he's running for president. He's not going to win the nomination, but he's going to be tough to ignore.

Former Attorney General Eric Holder was one of the officials whose travel was included in the tally.

FBI Spends Up to One-Third of Its Aviation Budget on Executive Travel, Documents Show

Bureau says spending on travel for top officials including former Attorney General Eric Holder did not cut into operational work.

Six Lessons to Help Grow Your Power at Work

How to get things done without stabbing backs or stepping on toes.