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TSP board explains rules for military personnel

Military personnel’s Thrift Savings Plan accounts would operate under different rules than federal civilians’ accounts, the TSP board said on Tuesday.

Unions blast Bush on outsourcing plans

The Bush administration has an unfair pro-contractor bias, two federal union leaders said this week.

Federal workers misuse travel charge cards

Thousands of federal workers are paying their government travel bills late, and a handful are using their government travel charge cards to pay for personal items and trips, federal officials told lawmakers Tuesday.

Senators up the e-government ante

Two senators on Tuesday proposed a $600 million fund to promote e-government initiatives across all federal agencies for three years.

Chinese hackers declare war on U.S. Web sites

A Chinese hacker community has declared war on U.S. government and business Web sites, according to a message posted on the hackers’ home page.

FBI's Freeh to retire in June

FBI Director Louis Freeh Tuesday announced he is retiring after 27 years of federal service, and will step down as director in June.