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In this Jan. 5, 2016, photo, a sign in Burns, Ore., shows local support for Dwight and Steven Hammond after they were sentenced to 5 years in prison for setting fires on federal land.

Trump Pardons Men Who Inspired Armed Occupation of Federal Facility

The Hammonds were indicted on charges of threatening a federal employee and damaging federal property.

Analysis: Brett Kavanaugh Is Devoted to the Presidency

Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court has been deeply shaped by the needs and mores of the executive branch.

What Next For The EPA? Here’s What Reagan Did

After two years of turmoil at the EPA in the 1980s, President Reagan hit the reset button, choosing a Republican who supported environmental protection to head the agency.

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Want To Love Your Job? Read This Article

There is no such thing as a bad job if you're playing the game of work with verve.

Appointee Watch: Movement at Consumer Bureau, More Ambassadorial Nominations

Trump has recently announced a number of picks to be inspectors general, as well as key posts at Energy.

Job References Often Lie. Ask These Questions To Make Them Tell The Truth

There’s an easy way to ensure references don’t sugar-coat candidates, without making anyone uncomfortable.

The IRS Doesn’t Know How To Get In Touch With American Expats. But It Can Revoke Their Passports

According to a 2015 report, "IRS data systems are not designed to accommodate the different styles of international addresses."

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8 Leadership Questions for Sara Ratcliff

The executive director of the Federal Chief Human Capital Officers Council shares some hard-won lessons in leadership.

10 Ways to Get Good Advice from Federal Advisory Committees

Agencies devote considerable effort to planning, scheduling and staffing thousands of committees. Here’s how to get the most out of that effort.