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Outgoing OMB Director lists accomplishments of administration in speech at his former home, the Brookings Institution.
The Office of Management and Budget is taking aim at the worst 25-to-30 technology projects across government.
$21 billion in questioned and unsupported costs, human trafficking allegations covered in latest hearing of bipartisan commission.
White House calls the disclosures 'alarming" and scrambles to assess the damage.
Undersecretary for the National Protection and Programs Directorate at the Department of Homeland Security has a lot on his mind.
Performance expert John Kamensky tells me why he read, reviewed, and recommends the book "Performance Management in the Public Sector."
The Office of Personnel Management, as well as all other federal agencies, spend a lot of time thinking about, and working toward, recruiting and hiring new federal employees. But keeping the talented people the government already has doesn't get as much attention. Angela Bailey, Dr. Ronald Sanders, and Linda Springer gave their expert assessments of this issue during the latest In Depth Conversation.
As Animal Keeper for Great Cats and Bears at the National Zoo, Kristen Clark has some 'wild' days. But she says caring for the animals takes a combination of scientific inquiry and respect. She also reveals that her lion pride might see some new members come this fall.