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Picasso's "The Dream" is auctioned by auctioneer Christopher Burge at Christie's auction house in New York in 1997.

There Is Such a Thing As a Career Hot Streak—And It Can Happen At Anytime

Take Picasso's highly productive year of 1932, explored in an exhibit at the Tate Modern."

Social Science? Data Science? Evidence-Based Government Needs Both

Results-focused leaders need to get savvy about both if they want to catalyze a culture of continuous improvement.

Analysis: The Two Reasons Rod Rosenstein's Fate Is So Uncertain

The president doesn’t like to fire people, but he does have a penchant for drama.

A Coast Guard member assigned to the Atlantic Strike Team walks through a flooded neighborhood in Longs, South Carolina, on Sept. 20.

Hurricane Season’s New Normal

Flooding from the latest storm highlights a particularly vulnerable population.

The GAO report was addressed to Sen. James Lankford, R-Okla.

Agency Grants Staff Need More Training, Watchdog Finds

HHS, Agriculture and Education lack clarity in identifying in-house expertise.

Solving the Right Problem with the Federal Workforce

We’re careening down the road, steering by looking in the rear-view mirror.

What Managers Should Do With 2018 Employee Viewpoint Survey Data

First, don’t get defensive about results that point to areas in need of improvement.

President Trump speaks at an event honoring ICE and CBP agents in August. Participation in the 287(g) program has more than doubled under Trump.

ICE’s Expanded Use of Local Law Enforcement Came Without Adequate Planning or Resources

The agency has no way of knowing if the 287(g) program is actually helping enforce its mission, IG says.

Analysis: The Decision Not to Call in the FBI Is Looking Worse and Worse

As new allegations have surfaced, the White House has continued to refuse an independent investigation.

IRS Advised to Improve Verification of Agency Retiree Income

GAO finds mistakes in benefit statements not promptly reported.