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An Introvert's Brief Guide to Networking

You can build a web of contacts even when you'd rather listen than speak.

President Trump speaks Monday during a roundtable discussion in Mississippi on the First Step Act.

Federal Law Enforcement Not Happy With Trump-Backed Criminal Justice Reform

Bill may be "setting us up to fail," says one Bureau of Prisons official.

What the Senate Should Do About Acting Appointees

A 1988 law holds the key to ending abuses of the process.

John Bolton Won’t Listen To The Khashoggi Murder Tape Because It’s In Arabic

"What do you think I'll learn from it?" Trump's top national security advisor asked reporters at the White House.

Help Tackle the Grand Challenges of Our Time

The National Academy of Public Administration wants your help.

Federal Impasses Panel Asserts Jurisdiction over HHS-NTEU Negotiations

Panel orders 30-day mediation period ending mid-December, despite pleas from union, mediation service to delay to 2019.

Trump Administration Quietly Releases Intact 13-Agency Climate Change Report

Agency scientists said to be relieved the administration did not alter their work, but surprised by the timing.

A U.S. Border Patrol agent looks through concertina wire during a tour of the San Ysidro port of entry on Nov. 16, 2018, in San Diego.

The Administration Signed a Contract to Bring on 7,500 Border Personnel. It's Hired Just 15.

Accenture is struggling to help CBP fulfill President Trump's mandated hiring surge for border agents and customs officers.

What Is The Best Way To Prepare For a Valuable Employee’s Retirement?

People are a business’s greatest asset, and the most experienced people are often the most valuable sources of insight.

Neomi Rao, the administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, after President Trump announced that he would nominate her to fill Brett Kavanaugh's seat on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.

Trump Nominates Regulations Czar to Replace Kavanaugh on U.S. Court of Appeals

The president’s nominee has a view of executive authority that’s as expansive as Brett Kavanaugh’s.