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Reagan remembered for hard-line approach on personnel issues

Opinions differ on 40th president’s personnel policies, but most agree his legacy is still felt today in the executive branch.

Earth to Managers

Middle managers, NASA's leaders have a warning for you: Go with the agency's cultural reforms, or go away.

Overinterpretation

Democrats are eager to read enormous significance into their latest win in a South Dakota special election.

Pentagon relents in standoff over military construction bill

Service chiefs agree to testify in hearings that could foreshadow which military bases will be closed.

OPM, agencies urged to cooperate to speed hiring

Less finger-pointing, more communication is the key, says GAO.

Appropriations panel to vote on homeland security spending bill

The $30.8 billion legislation would maintain a 45,000 cap for Transportation Security Administration airport passenger screeners.

Unwieldy hiring process can be fixed, top personnel official says

Office of Personnel Management Director Kay Coles James says job seekers want to work in the federal government but are dissuaded by cumbersome hiring procedure.

Labor to publish job competition paperwork

One department is trying to improve the transparency of streamlined A-76 studies.

Senate spending process to go forward even without budget deal

Senate Appropriations Committee chairman gives negotiators until next Tuesday to secure the two votes needed to pass the budget resolution.

Washington-area federal employees eligible for unscheduled leave

Major congestion is expected in the Washington area Wednesday due to the caisson procession planned for former President Ronald Reagan.