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Will Hillary Clinton Embrace Social Security Expansion?

Expanding the program’s benefits has become a central tenet for progressives led by Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

American Tragedy: 20 Years After the Oklahoma City Bombing

Twenty years after the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building devastation, and the only thing we really know for sure is that 168 people should not have died.

A Guide for Working Families

To attract and retain a talented workforce, the government must provide workplace flexibilities.

Tracking Individual Feds Over Time Could Improve Employee Viewpoint Survey

Academics look at the methodology of the annual survey gauging the attitudes of federal workers.

Help Shape the Next President’s Agenda

Transitions in Governance 2016 wants your input on pressing federal management issues.

2,500 Years Later, the Hottest New Management Guru is Confucius

It's possible to learn good business and good manners.

Obama’s Mentor Turns Against Him In Court on Climate

Laurence Tribe argues that his former student’s effort to curb carbon pollution is unconstitutional.

Mapping Genomes to Understand Contaminated Foods

The FDA can now pinpoint exactly which ingredient makes people sick in outbreaks.

Are You Ready to Change the Way You Think About Leadership?

Global change agents think and act in an integrated way.

Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., said the oversight subcommittee he chairs will make an effort to improve relations with federal employees.

Lawmakers in Both Parties Promise to Be Nicer to Feds

But kinder rhetoric is only one step on a long road to boosting employee morale.