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Small union wages big war on privatization

The National Air Traffic Controllers Association is waging a tough—and so far, highly successful—battle against privatization at control towers.

Lawmakers want Iraq contracting process restructured

Several lawmakers said Wednesday the contracting process for rebuilding Iraq should be restructured because it is costing an excessive amount of money and is preventing Iraqis from helping to rebuild their own country.

Agencies set widely varying job competition targets

Two months after the Bush administration eliminated governmentwide numerical targets for competitive sourcing, 21 agencies have settled on a wide range of individual goals, according to the Office of Management and Budget.