Any federal employees looking to turn their swag on anytime soon could likely be stopped by President Barack Obama. And the creators of said swag are ...
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While there is no easy way to deal with the pain and difficult choices that lie ahead, it may be a good time to dust off some of those old books -- or discover new ones -- about leading change.
Federal agency and department leaders should plan for a 5 percent reduction in discretionary spending in fiscal year 2013, and prepare for more cuts -...
If there is a glaring divide at your agency, you need to right the ship. Here are a few options for both senior leaders and front-line supervisors to consider.
They are the free marketeers, those who advocate that corporations should be free-to- cheat-and-harm and-do-whatever-the-hell-they-
want. They are th...
It's time for Congress and the Administration to work together to enact meaningful, bipartisan solutions to modernize financial regulation.
One year into Obama's term, about 200 of the roughly 500 top Senate-confirmed administration positions are still unfilled. We've seen this play before.
The first-ever White House cybersecurity coordinator, needs to prioritize the training and hiring of a highly skilled cybersecurity team.
It's unrealistic to pretend as though the drug business is not, in fact, a real industry, or that it has not infiltrated all levels of society, or that it's under control.
At a time when Americans are discouraged about the direction of the country and hesitant about the scope of President Barack Obama's federal budget pl...
If our legislative leaders really want a clearer picture of what's going on within the executive branch, they would be wise to listen closely to the opinions of government employees.
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