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Consumer Bureau Union Files Grievance Over Political Appointee's Racist Blog Posts

NTEU officials argue Eric Blankenstein’s blog posts and refusal to apologize violate the union’s collective bargaining agreement.

The watchdog found that the $1.5 million-per-day effort to reduce dependence on the poppy harvest for the narcotics trade has failed, with poppy cultivation this year at four times the level of 2002.

Another Grim War-Zone Review from U.S. Afghanistan Watchdog

Kabul government’s control over territory diminishes further as civilian casualties rise.

Answer These Questions To Understand If You’re a Good Manager

It's hard for managers to find the right success metrics upon which to judge our work because our output is to make the team better.

Successful Leaders Prioritize Their Moral Compass

Research shows that leaders who value morality outperform their unethical peers, regardless of industry, company size, or role.

Disputed IRS Debt Collection Program Shows Gains in New Report

Latest figures find the program brought in $51 million in fiscal 2018 after costs.

Sgt. Patricia Donaldson, a military systems maintainer/integrator assigned to 715th Military Intelligence Battalion, briefs colleagues on communications equipment during training exercise Lightning Forge on the Island of Oahu July 24, 2018.

Military Intelligence Spending Just Posted Biggest Spike in a Decade

With an 18 percent increase this year, the Pentagon’s $22 billion intelligence tab is rising faster than civilian spy agencies.

An Ode to the Spacecraft That Filled the Galaxy With Planets

NASA’s beloved exoplanet-searching mission has run out of fuel, but not before enriching our understanding of the cosmos.

Four Traps in Federal Recruiting, and How to Avoid Them

As the need for talent is increasing, competition from the private sector is growing fiercer.

Agencies That Cut Telework Took a Beating in Annual Employee Survey

Drops in employee happiness corresponded with shifts in opinions on the agencies' telework policies.