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Unions, Pentagon agree to continue talking about personnel overhaul

Both sides upbeat after a day of discussions about the pending National Security Personnel System.

Defense contract agency hiring civilians for overseas tours

Workforce strained due to global deployments; 200 emergency personnel would go to war zones.

House leaders grappling with next step on first-responder measure

Battles continue to rage over how to set a formula for distributing funds.

9/11 commissioner pushes Congress to act on recommendations

Former congressman pushes for laws making it easier for the government to hire and retain quality personnel to help fight the war on terrorism.

Whistleblowers urge workers to disclose classified information

New legal support network established to protect federal employees who come forward with information.

Senate panel weighs urgency of intelligence reforms

Timing of implementing reforms debated, along with the merits of the proposed national intelligence czar and other changes.

Bush backs 'intelligence czar' with control over budgets

President embraces key recommendation of 9/11 commission that he had previously stopped short of endorsing.