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What Government’s Broken Strategic Planning Needs: Evidence

Instead of trying to create the perfect strategic plan, agencies should aim to get better at learning what works.

Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va., is one of the bill's sponsors.

House Democrats Introduce Legislation to Protect Telework at Agencies

Bill would prohibit policies to reduce telework like those announced for Education and Agriculture departments.

As Shutdown Clock Ticks, Senate to Take Up Four Spending Bills

With appropriators behind schedule, longtime budget pundit fears clash over Trump’s border wall.

U.S Officials Must Now Say 'Illegal Aliens,' Not 'Undocumented Immigrants'

But in the Immigration and Nationality Act, "illegal alien" is only used to refer to immigrants who have been convicted of a felony.

Why Proactive Leadership Is Important

Humans have a tendency to keep doing what they’ve been doing, maintaining the status quo.

Moving Beyond ‘Boxology’

Government reform will demand more than just reshuffling the organization chart. So far, there are some positive signs.

How Strong is Your Leadership Pyramid?

Don’t be one of the 40 percent of new executives who fail within 18 months of being named to their positions.

Holtzman finds Trump’s treatment of immigrant families "laughable and appalling."

'Utter Depravity:' Read a Homeland Security Department Adviser’s Fiery Resignation Letter

"It is you who should be tendering your resignation instead," the letter tells DHS secretary Kirstjen Nielsen.