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TSP funds rebound in February

The C, S and I funds recovered from January losses.

Defense policies on GSA contracts are confusing, officials say

New Pentagon rules on use of GSA and other non-Defense contracts were implemented after discovery of procurement abuses.

Strategy trumps money on intelligence reform, says former governor

Homeland Security Department must shift focus from vulnerabilities to threats, says former Virginia Gov. James Gilmore.

National EEOC call center opens amid controversy

Critics say customer service center will lead to decrease in efficiency.

Pentagon lowers estimate of excess base capacity

Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld says previous estimate that 25 percent of infrastructure is unneeded is too high.

Unions raise concerns about online personnel records system

Labor leaders support moving employee personnel files online, but voice security concerns.

Report: Relocation companies could cut costs of employee moves

Agencies could save $60 million by contracting with relocation management companies to help with sales of employees’ homes.

Activists to flock to border, set up citizen patrols

Minuteman Project kicks off Friday; its leaders say they’re just trying to help understaffed and budget-starved border agencies.

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