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Bill would stop FAA job competition

A public-private job competition involving 2,700 Federal Aviation Administration employees would grind to a halt under legislation to be introduced by Sen. Frank Lautenberg, D-N.J.

Spy agency busts union

In the latest Bush administration move to rankle federal union leaders, the head of the National Imagery and Mapping Agency on Thursday revoked collective bargaining rights from the agency’s employees.

Shuttle disaster came amid privatization debate

NASA was considering several alternatives for privatizing the space shuttle fleet—including shifting full ownership of the $3.2 billion program to private contractors—when the space shuttle Columbia disintegrated on Saturday.