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DHS officials meet with labor leaders on personnel rules

Union officials had requested meeting after judge overturned labor relations portion of proposed new DHS personnel system last week.

Senators urge conferees to adopt risk-based responder formula

Lawmakers from "higher-risk" urban areas want more first responder dollars.

Alaskans sue security agency to stop data dump

Passengers seek to keep TSA from destroying personal information it collected in order to test screening system.

Task force members rap NASA effort to return shuttle to flight

Cutting corners to deal with deadline pressure compromised astronaut safety, says a minority of members of assessment group.

At All Costs

Blind devotion to the mission can let the ends run away with the means.

OMB not deterred by DHS personnel reform setback

Agency says governmentwide personnel reform effort will go forward because it won't affect collective bargaining.

Agencies' top tech employees eligible for public-private sector swap

Exchange program allows the loan of exceptional IT employees to the private sector for educational purposes.

OPM soliciting dental and vision contracts

After denying a delay, the agency said it is considering pushing the program’s start date from July 2006 to December 2006.

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