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EEOC sweeps up financial management mess

Agency earns first clean audit; turnaround comes from new financial systems and people.

Union praises passage of telework language

The National Treasury Employees Union has praised language in the omnibus bill that will penalize agencies that do not develop telework for employees.

Report calls for Homeland Security reorganization

Department urged to create an undersecretary of policy to focus on long-range planning.

Panel seeks broad terrorism information-sharing changes

Washington should better coordinate information flowing to and from state and local officials and businesses, advisory commission's report says.

NASA chief resigns

Agency still recovering from 2003 Columbia disaster.

Treasury telecom contract protested

Three companies are disputing the award of the lucrative contract to AT&T.

Private firms won most job competitions at GSA unit

Memo shows a higher win rate than expected for government contractors in A-76 competitions at the Public Buildings Service.

Pentagon official backs sexual assault policy recommendations

Defense Department moves closer to reforming policies on response to allegations of assault.

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