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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.
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.
The Supreme Court Tuesday abandoned its plan to rule on a major challenge to federal agencies' affirmative action programs.
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.
The House and Senate approved the conference report on aviation security today, clearing the way for a presidential signature, possibly before the Thanksgiving recess.