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Bush declines to say if Treasury secretary will keep his job

President signals that Joshua Bolten has other staffing changes in the works.

Critics of IRS tax-return proposal urge changes

Lawmakers have introduced legislation that would ban the sale of tax information.

Government’s work with data brokers prompts privacy concerns

Safeguards are unevenly applied across agencies, GAO review finds.

Second-Rate Candidates

Public opinion is turning in Democrats’ favor, but a lack of top quality contenders could hurt the party in midterm elections.

GAO finds poor management puts Army program at risk

Costs for Future Combat Systems program -- initially estimated at $92 billion -- could reach $200 billion.

House, Senate may be unable to agree on spending caps

The chambers’ budget plans are $9 billion apart on discretionary spending for fiscal 2007, with the Senate’s exceeding Bush’s request.

OMB program assessments viewed as flawed budget tool

Congressional staffer says agencies should take program goals set by Congress into account.

Employee buyouts on the rise

Cash incentives of as much as $25,000 were used in half of all government agencies in the last three years.