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Mark Micheli

Editor, Excellence in Government Mark Micheli is Special Projects Editor for Government Executive Media Group. He's the editor of Excellence in Government Online and contributes to GovExec, NextGov and Defense One. Previously, he worked on national security and emergency management issues with the US Treasury Department and the Department of Homeland Security. He's a graduate of the Coro Fellows Program in Public Affairs and studied at Drake University.
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The Anatomy of a Winning Resume

February 19, 2013 Tired of your job? Ready for a career change? Looking to switch agencies? Maybe get into/out of government? Whatever it is you’re looking to do, one thing is true: You need a good looking resume. Why does your resume need to stand out? Because competition is high: According to an...

Update: Meteor Explodes Over Russia, 1,000 Injured

February 15, 2013 Updated at 11:53 a.m. A 10 ton meteorite entered the Earth’s atmosphere over Russia’s southern Chelyabinsk region Friday morning at 33,000 mph, exploding an estimated 18 – 32 miles above ground. CNN is reporting that the resulting blast resulted in 500 injuries (Update: Now upgraded to nearly 1,000), most of...

Watergate: Marco Rubio’s Awkward Drink of Water In GIF Form

February 13, 2013 Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) got parched at an inopportune time while delivering the GOP’s State of the Union rebuttal. The popular senator appeared to grow increasingly uncomfortable as the speech went on, culminating in him finally reaching off camera for a tiny bottle of water. Like all awkward moments in...

Obama Exchanges Heartwarming ‘Fist Bump’ With Mark Kirk

February 13, 2013 It wasn’t shown on live TV, but just moments before delivering his State of the Union address, President Obama exchanged an “exploding fist bump” with Sen. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.). Kirk, who suffered a stroke in 2012 at the age of 52, recently made an emotional return to the Senate. Gawker...

The 10 Most Historic State of the Union Moments in Modern History

February 11, 2013 Tuesday evening President Barack Obama delivers the first State of the Union address of his second term. In the past, State of the Union addresses serve as an opportunity for presidents to get specific about their agendas and set broad goals for American progress. At other times, the State of...

Energy Secretary Won't Deny Affair With Solar Panel

February 11, 2013 Humor: An overlooked and generally undervalued quality of good leaders. As evidenced by a Facebook post last week, outgoing Energy Secretary Steven Chu proved he’s definitely got good nature to spare. In response to The Onion’s satirical accusation that he had a one night stand with a solar panel, the...

Really?! Handicap Parking Spot Painted Around Car

February 11, 2013 Welcome to another round of what’s not excellent in government. This time we turn our gaze overseas and visit the mean streets of Tel Aviv, Israel. Scene: On a peaceful, sunny afternoon in Tel Aviv, Hila Ben Baruch legally parks her car and sets about her day. What happened next...

The 3 Secrets of Effective Time Investment

February 8, 2013 Listen to the story: Download this episode | Subscribe on iTunes The Excellence in Government Podcast features interviews with public and private sector thought leaders to offer rising feds tips for tackling government’s most pressing management challenges. With each passing day, the hands on the clock tick closer to making...

The Soft-Spoken Power of Introverts

February 7, 2013 To recharge after a long day at work, do you seek out social situations or peace and quiet? If you prefer your fortress of solitude, you’re most likely an introvert. There’s at least a one in three chance you are an introvert. Meaning, that if you’re a manager, one out...

If You’re Good at What You Do, You Need Negative Feedback

February 6, 2013 It’s lonely at the top. A sentiment shared by many self-aware executives. It’s easy to get cut off from what is actually going on in an organization once the title of manager, director, secretary or president is affixed to your name—harder still to get honest, direct, critical feedback. And it’s...

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