The Transportation Department has found a new way for private sector officials to give something back to their country: by volunteering with the Transportation Security Administration.
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Reforming the antiquated system for managing people is possibly the single most important challenge facing the military today.
The Social Security Administration agreed Friday to pay $7.75 million to settle a discrimination suit lodged by 2,200 black male employees in 1995.
When Norman Mineta was named Transportation Secretary, one of his predecessors told him the job was "a snap." Then the Sept. 11 attacks happened.