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Life After Government: When to Retire

In the second installment of our weeklong series, Karen Rutzick details the right age, year, and specific date to move on.

Falling Numbers

Bush ratings should worry Capitol Hill Republicans.

Government Web sites rank higher than private sector

For the third quarter of 2005, citizens are more satisfied with government Web sites than ever before.

Agencies survive telework scrutiny, but pressure to step up efforts rising

A review found that agencies required to adopt strong telework programs complied with law and will not lose $5 million in appropriations.

Dental and vision insurance pushed back until December 2006

Supplemental coverage won’t be subsidized by agencies, but OPM will use large number of employees to negotiate lower costs.

Homeland Security IG sets up Katrina oversight office

Weather Service official detailed to audit federal relief spending.

Agriculture to rebid massive eTravel contract

Both USDA and provider EDS say the break was mutual.

Next Katrina spending measure might wait until after October recess

Congress has earmarked $60 billion for FEMA; as of last week, the agency had $48.5 billion remaining in its disaster relief account.

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