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What Turns a Perfectionist Into a Lunatic

Yelling might be a little more accepted in sports than in other workplaces, but a boss’s poor anger management can affect the performance of subordinates.

Can Burwell Avoid the Sebelius Trap?

Kathleen Sebelius was exactly what the White House needed in an HHS secretary—until she wasn't.

Hillary Clinton's Relationship with Boeing Questioned

Report outlines former secretary of State's position as a 'powerful ally' for the airplane maker.

Why You Need to Learn to Lead Positive

For starters, the brain is programmed to scan for what’s wrong rather than what’s right.

Feds and Their Managers Aren’t Seeing Eye-to-Eye on Much, Including Promotions

Report shows large workforce assessment disparities between supervisors and their staffs.

You Can Now Reprogram Your Sleep Patterns With Your iPhone When You Travel

A new app can help you adjust to jet lag and a changing schedule much faster.

. “I don’t know how you can be independent… if you owe your job to the head of the agency,” Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., said.

Senator: Even Small Agencies Need Watchdogs

More than $1 billion in yearly budget authority has “no oversight,” says Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill.

Medical workers aid injured people near the finish line of the 2013 Boston Marathon following two bomb explosions in 2013.

IGs: Intel Sharing Largely Up to Par in Run-Up to Boston Bombing

Report cites missed opportunity in suspect’s trip to Russia.

President Obama Officially Nominates Budget Chief as Next HHS Secretary

Sylvia Mathews Burwell was selected because she is a 'proven manager and relentless implementer.'

Why Data Sharing Is the Future of Government

Communication across all levels of government will be key to effective operations and services.