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Madam CEO, Fetch Me a Coffee

Women in business are still expected to bring cupcakes, answer phones and take notes.

A Drug Enforcement Administration agent shoulders a bundle of marijuana plants down a steep slope  in 2005.

How Mass Surveillance During the Drug War Helped Justify Spying on Citizens

How justification for programs during the war on drugs turned into rationalization for spying on citizens in the war on terror.

CEOs Need Mentors Too

A seasoned adviser can help leaders avoid costly mistakes.

Executive Order Protecting LGBT Contract Workers Takes Effect

Obama's action bans federal contractors from discriminating against employees because of sexual orientation or gender identity.

Labor Hasn't Reported All Its Conference Spending Properly

Still, the department's overall controls on spending amid a governmentwide crackdown are adequate, IG finds.

OMB Director Shaun Donovan sent agency heads a memo April 6 to get the ball rolling on setting goals.

Obama Administration Looks to 'Lock in Progress' on Management Goals

OMB begins the process of picking priorities for the president's final year.

There Really Are More Pregnant Women at the Office

In the past fifty years, more Americans have decided to work during pregnancy.

Protestors rally in support of Edward Snowden in 2013.

Edward Snowden Unwittingly Killed Justice's Mass-Surveillance Program

By exposing the NSA’s spying regime, the former contractor forced the department to shut down a separate phone-surveillance operation.

Do Your Stakeholders ‘Like’ You on Facebook?

Influencers can make or break your social media presence.

Are State Department Contractors Shortchanging Whistleblowers?

Watchdog finds ethics codes that 'may have chilling effect' on reporting waste and fraud.