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USGS employee may have falsified Yucca Mountain documents

Revelations could be setback for plans to create nuclear waste storage site at Nevada location.

GAO says reservists experiencing travel reimbursement problems

Pentagon officials said difficulties are being addressed, and will be ultimately solved by the Defense Travel System.

GAO sustains protest of Treasury telecom contract

Six firms protested the December award of the Treasury Communications Enterprise contract to AT&T Corp.

Hard Bargain

Unions hustle to attract new members as labor loses clout in personnel reforms.

Defense buildings remain closed after anthrax scare

Despite false alarm, Defense and postal workers still critical of emergency procedures.

Senator says Pentagon executive pay decisions erode confidence

Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich., said the Defense Department should build trust if it wants the new National Security Personnel System to succeed.

Base closing nominee promises no politics in decisions

Defense Department will make its recommendations for closures and realignments in mid-May.

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