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Feb 3, 2023

Not every work situation is perfect, for sure, but there is a lot that we can do to improve our own situations. Toxic managers and toxic systems can affect employees negatively and make the work experience far worse. There are tactics and strategies, however, that people can use to improve their own experiences, even in...


Feb 2, 2023

During a conference last week in Texas, Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines, said in her remarks  that over-classification is a problem that ”undermines critical democratic objectives.” Her comments come as two special counsels have been assigned by the Justice Department to examine the mishandling of...


Feb 1, 2023

The federal government is expecting to run up against a default on its debt as soon as this spring, as  Treasury Department Secretary Janet Yellen told Congress in January. While Congress has not yet raised the debt limit, as has been customary, some federal employees are understandably asking how this situation might...


Jan 31, 2023

 

The COVID-19 pandemic has shifted much of the government workforce to a remote work reality over the last few years. Agency officials need to learn how to balance remote work in whatever constitutes the new normal that the U.S. work culture is settling into. Workers love working remotely, so how can that be...


Jan 30, 2023

Most Americans and most elected officials agree that waste, fraud and abuse of government programs are bad things. But, agreement on defining and measuring these common problems does not come as easily. With COVID-19 relief money moving around via the levels of government over the last three years, fraud has once again...