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NASA chief expands leadership team

Administrator Michael Griffin continues push to revamp agency’s structure.

Veterans Affairs' $1 billion shortfall in health care prompts budget scrum

Department shifted $410 million intended for use in fiscal 2006 and another $600 million from maintenance, repairs and equipment accounts to meet this year's VA healthcare needs.

Pentagon inspector general interviewing ex-acquisitions chief

Sen. John Warner, R-Va., contacted former Pentagon acquisition chief Edward (Pete) Aldridge and urged him to talk to the IG.

Flexible spending deadline extended for federal workers

OPM will allow employees to keep money in their FSAs for an extra two and a half months.

Power Struggle

Thrift board member proposes limiting TSP chief’s power.

Unions battle to represent border agents

Customs and Border Patrol employees are likely going to the polls to decide who will represent them.

Study finds 'fear and uncertainty' among border inspectors

Migration Policy Institute releases second of three reports assessing border control measures since 9/11.

Senator seeks route for England to take Pentagon post

Financial conflict-of-interest questions have plagued the nominee for second-in-command at the Defense Department.

Senate panel approves funding for NASA

Bill would shore up space exploration efforts.

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