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​Five Ways to Avoid GAO’s High-Risk List

The challenge isn’t just performance measurement, but also communication.

White House press secretary Josh Earnest points to a reporter during his press availability Monday.

White House Calls Loretta Lynch Delay 'Unconscionable'

The administration made it clear Monday that the Senate delay in attorney general confirmation has been "disappointing."

President Obama speaks at the Phoenix VA Medical Center on Friday.

Obama Says 'a Few Bad Apples' Not Emblematic of VA Workforce

President still supports creation of new, third-party advisory board.

The Steps to Happiness: One Less, One More

Each day do one less thing that doesn't matter and one more that does.

How to Manage Up Without Ever Leaving Your Cubicle

You don't need direct reports to be a leader, just follow these four simple steps.

President Obama signs an executive order on transparency his first day on the job.

Transparency Advocates Launch Sunshine Week with Mixed Reviews for Obama

FOIA process critics rank agencies on their public posting of documents.

Customer Experience in a Dead Zone

On March 24, Government Executive and Nextgov will host an event to discuss the future of customer experience in the government space

People Who Use Firefox or Chrome Are Better Employees

Yet another reason to shun Microsoft's Internet Explorer.

Treasury Taps Federal Pensions as Uncle Sam Hits Debt Ceiling

Federal employees and retirees are not affected by the action, but things could get dicey if the government exhausts its wiggle room and runs out of cash in the fall.

Why the Justice Department Chose These 6 Cities for Its Police-Community Relations Pilot

The government hopes they can serve as a blueprint for others across the country.