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Energy boosts contractor share at Los Alamos

Proposals for the management contract are due by July 19 and a decision will be issued by Dec. 1.

Four BRAC members recuse themselves on state bases

Panel members decline to deliberate on decisions about states with which they are associated.

House Armed Services panel OKs $441.6 authorization bill

Bill includes $49.1 billion in supplemental spending to fund operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Federal employees satisfied with supervisors

Almost 70 percent of employees in the 2004 Federal Human Capital Survey praised the work of their immediate supervisors, and another 70 percent said their performance appraisals were fair.

Managing Calls

GSA wants to set the bar for customer service standards.

House panel modifies restrictions on women in combat

Armed Services Committee eases limits passed by subcommittee last week, but requires the Pentagon to notify Congress when opening new positions to women.

House subcommittee votes to add employee, retiree benefits

Measures cover pretax health insurance premiums for retirees, student loan repayments and transportation subsidies.

BRAC panel questions proposed closure of submarine base

Commissioners quiz officials on alternatives to closing Naval Submarine Base New London in Connecticut, which would affect 8,500 military and civilian jobs.

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