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Stop Procrastinating With a Research-Backed Mental Visualization Exercise

The trick relies on the philosophic concept of "future self-continuity."

A Federal Holiday Poem

Our annual ode to federal employees.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin speaks at a news conference in August.

IG Declines to Probe Treasury Secretary’s Possible Conflicts of Interest Relating to Russia Investigation

Steven Mnuchin served as the finance chairman of President Trump’s presidential campaign.

OMB’s New Deputy for Management Faces a Big Challenge

Performance won’t improve until agencies have the flexibility to introduce more effective talent management practices.

Congress Removes Some Roadblocks, But Path to Avoiding a Shutdown Still Unclear

Lawmakers were still sorting out their next steps just two days before the spending deadline.

House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer said Republicans are still deeply divided on how to proceed.

Hoyer: Republicans Still Don't Have the Votes on Deal to Avoid Shutdown

Democratic lawmakers decry GOP inaction on spending negotiations, while union officials note lack of communication.

The Case for Moving Agencies Out of Washington

Smart government and smart politics aren’t the same thing.

Making Government Work For All

Leaders must find new ways to deliver critical services across increasingly polarized communities.

ICE Accused of Hiding Details of Immigration Prison Locations

Agency cites growing numbers of detainees in justifying contracts.