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How do you manage a department that might not be around in a year?
The clock is ticking on the Recovery, Accountability and Transparency Board's run. The group's who's got the worst acronym in government, the RAT board, is tasked with tracking the recovery-related funds. It's a very visible job. But there's a another catch, the watchdog agency might close in year. Kathleen Tighe just took over as the Chair of the Recovery Board. Its a rough position to be in, she's tasked with managing and motivating her staff under a cloud of possible closure. She told Chris Dorobek on the Dorobek Insider Program how she keeps her staff motivate. How do you manage a department that might not be around in a year? by cdorobek Do you have suggestions or tips for managing at a sunsetting board? What should Kathleen do to make it a successful year?