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Administration unveils targeted management agenda

A strapped military health care system, error-prone student aid programs, and substandard public housing are some of the specific federal management problems President Bush pledged to correct in his management agenda released Saturday.

Agencies biased against faith-based groups, White House says

Federal agencies unfairly deny faith-based organizations access to government funds because they wrongly believe that religion can play no part in the work of government, according to a Bush administration report released Thursday.

Senators urge repeal of ethics rules for contractors

Two leading Senate Republicans have urged the General Services Administration to repeal a regulation allowing agencies to deny federal contracts to firms that have been accused of violating federal laws.

CIA startup technology firm gets cautious thumbs-up

The CIA’s edgy experiment in acquiring cutting-edge technology is a qualified success, according to a review by independent business executives.