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Major changes in store for NASA

Privatizing the space shuttle program is one of several management reforms the Bush administration is considering for NASA, President Bush’s pick to lead the space agency told Congress Friday.

Court rejects TSP board’s $350 million lawsuit

The board that runs the federal Thrift Savings Plan cannot sue a contractor over a failed computer system modernization, a federal judge has ruled. The board is appealing the ruling.

Effort to adjust federal staffing overseas stalled

The government has little to show for a two-year effort aimed at “rightsizing” the federal workforce serving overseas, the General Accounting Office has found. But the Bush administration may force a reshuffling of civil servants abroad in coming years.

High court takes a pass on reverse discrimination case

The Supreme Court Tuesday abandoned its plan to rule on a major challenge to federal agencies' affirmative action programs.

Both sides claim victory in airport security agreement

Both Republicans and Democrats claimed victory Thursday, as the House and Senate struck a historic deal on a deal that would largely federalize the aviation security workforce.

Congress passes bill federalizing airport security

The House and Senate approved the conference report on aviation security today, clearing the way for a presidential signature, possibly before the Thanksgiving recess.