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Senate panel approves eTravel small business set-asides

Senate Appropriations Committee unanimously passes bill mandating that 23 percent of eTravel contracts go to small businesses.

Relocation board’s charter extended through end of 2005

The Governmentwide Relocation Advisory Board’s charter given some wiggle room in case it stumbles in meeting September reporting deadline.

Management score card sees more green

Labor becomes first department to earn top marks in every major category.

Senate unanimously increases funding for vehicle armor

Bill would boost vehicle armor funding by $445 million.

Shuttle to try for Tuesday launch

Despite tests and repairs, uncertainly continues about why a fuel gauge isn’t working.

Eye of the Storm

Agencies can give volunteering employees excused absences, OPM says.

The Fine Print of Firing

HR offices have a lot to learn about appeal rights for employees who get the ax.

Senate subcommittee mandates small business participation in eTravel

Bill requires that a minimum of 23 percent of contracted dollars go to small travel agencies.

Threat interpretation may be biggest barrier to warding off attacks

Reorganizing intelligence agencies and beefing up their budgets not enough, critics say.

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