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Bush moves to limit 2005 pay raise to 2.5 percent

President says no locality pay raise for civilian workers next year.

Taming the Wild Cards

On tough votes, the Senate Republicans will not have an easy time finding Democrats to offset GOP defections.

Contractors, others spar over proposed acquisition rule change

Agencies would be allowed to use contracts based on time and expenses when purchasing commercial services.

Defense Department not tracking personnel spending, report says

Government Accountability Office calls on the Pentagon to increase oversight of personnel and benefits spending.

Air Force officials want more information about acquisition improprieties

Druyun’s former boss wants to identify vulnerabilities in the acquisition system.

9/11 commissioners: Presidential directives no substitute for intelligence reform law

Panel members make final push to pass sweeping intelligence overhaul before Congress ends term.

Ridge resigns as homeland security leader

Former Pennsylvania governor, who spent two and a half years as first secretary of department, says he’ll leave by Feb. 1.

Government needs a new management style, scholars say

Networking with contractors and other agencies should be a priority of leaders.

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