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The Russian Soyuz MS-09 crew craft and the Northrop Grumman (formerly Orbital ATK) Cygnus space freighter, attached to the International Space Station.

A Tiny Hole in the Soyuz Spacecraft Could Be a Huge Headache for NASA

Quality control problems with the Soyuz will pile more pressure on the delayed efforts of Boeing and SpaceX to fly astronauts for NASA.

Good Managers Learn to Lift People Up

There is a place for criticism, but it needs to be balanced with positive reinforcement.

OMB Centralizes Agency Reporting of Grant Recipients

The goal is to ease the paperwork burden across government.

Trump Renews Shutdown Threat as Congress Considers Spending Bills

Spending package with provisions on a 2019 pay raise is in conference negotiations between the House and Senate.

On May 22, 1984, then-President Ronald Reagan answers reporter's question during news conference in the East Room of the White House.

Analysis: I Assessed a President's Fitness to Serve—But I Didn't Write an Op-Ed

When my colleague became worried about President Reagan, he took his concerns to the chief of staff—not a newspaper.

Defense Management Chief Reportedly On His Way Out Over Performance Problems

John Gibson was working on reductions in headquarters overhead and largest-ever financial audit.

Who In Government Is Asking ‘What Works?’

There is no single individual at agencies who is tasked with speaking up when what we’re doing isn’t working.

How the U.S. Can Effectively Share Threat Information With Other Nations

A new report draws lessons from U.S. and European experts on how best to build trust and effectiveness in exchanging insight across borders.

Federal Union Accuses VA Official of Illegal Taping of Deliberations

Labor and management had been negotiating over a provision that bars the recording of bargaining discussions.