Overall spending was down 11 percent last year, but seven agencies bucked the trend.
Significant reductions in employee training at the agency also are a concern, watchdog finds.
Last year one such provision cut EPA staffing to the lowest levels since 1989.
Service could instead rely on retirements and fewer enlistments.
NSA leaker defended his decision to participate in the conversation in a Guardian op-ed.
Drug users, credit card cheats also received performance awards.
Report questions millions in Medicare payments
Budget Battles: A 1970s rerun
DoD criticized for relying on one-bid contracts
E-mail blamed in USPS workforce cuts
DOE, union agree on flexiplace program
Ten executives face salary cuts, suspensions in hiring case
Panel calls for separate Federal Protective Service
Architect of Capitol ordered to fix fire hazards
VA gets clean financial bill of health
GSA to offer child care subsidies to employees
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