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Reviewing current travel plans and updating personal contact information are a few of the housekeeping items feds should address during this time.
Sometimes the best way to find out how you’re coming across to other people is simply to ask other people how you’re coming across to them.
Developing a sense of humility prevents us from getting defensive about our ideas, decisions, and direction for the organization. It makes us open to new ideas and lively debate.
January is National Mentoring Month. Learn how you can maximize your mentor-mentee relationships.
We've put together a list of five of the most important government stories to keep an eye on in the first part of 2018.
Applications for GovLoop's Featured Contributor program are now open! Find out what's new with this awesome writing program and how you can apply.
What do Bell Labs, Apple, the State of Rhode Island and Wake County, North Carolina have in common? They all created environments that facilitate interdisciplinary connections to drive new ideas, based on the understanding that innovation is most likely to happen through collaboration as opposed to the lone inventor working in isolation.
When faced with imminent danger, you re-think your lack of preparation and the safety of your loved ones. Here are some lessons you can learn from Hawai'i's recent false alarm.
The 4th Industrial Revolution can be described through current and developing systems as disruptive technologies such as robotics and drones, virtual reality and artificial intelligence and how they will change the way we work and live.