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Study outlines Senate homeland security oversight

Several critical agencies remain outside purview of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.

Postal union rips labor rules in Bush reform proposal

Administration seeks greater flexibility in offering discounts to large mailers for presorting mail and other tasks normally done by postal workers.

OMB to report that job contests saved $1.25 billion last year

The agency is expected to announce increased savings and high win rates by in-house teams.

OPM director tenders resignation

Kay Coles James announces plan to leave personnel agency on Jan. 31.

Federal Technology Service chief to step down

GSA unit plagued by allegations of contracting and procurement improprieties.

Agencies order contractors to tell workers they don't have to join unions

Federal labor leaders criticize rules issued by the Defense Department, General Services Administration and NASA.

Senate panel to probe allegations of FEMA fraud

Committee responds to concerns over distribution of disaster aid to Florida and other states.

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