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Midterm Mixers

The polarized electorate and low number of competitive races bode well for the GOP in the 2006 elections.

Government Reform chairman says base-closing plan could cause brain drain

Rep. Tom Davis, R-Va., concerned that Defense workers would leave public service rather than their communities.

House passes defense appropriations bill

Bill sets aside $363.7 billion in base military spending.

Relocation board reviewing final recommendations

Members will suggest changes to legislation, agency policy and the government’s philosophy in moving employees.

GAO sides with contractors on three decisions

Watchdog agency determines NASA, Navy and the Drug Enforcement Administration awarded contracts improperly.

Appropriations panel adds pay parity amendment to budget

Measure would give civilian employees a 3.1 percent pay raise in 2006, equal to that proposed for service members.

Coast Guard pleads to retain funds for upgrading fleet

Rep. Olympia Snowe, R-Maine, said new plan "doesn't reflect reality."

Critics cite lax efforts to enforce federal worksite immigration laws

Immigration and Customs Enforcement bureau officials point to at least two dozen investigations conducted in the last year.

Industry, agencies critique method of measuring performance

Earned-value management is called costly and harmful to small business participation.

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