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Motivational Challenge

The latest polls show that Democrats are more energized than Republicans about the midterm elections.

EEOC signs new financial management outsourcing pact

Agency will continue to rely on Interior Department’s National Business Center to keep its financial systems up and running.

Report: State Department failed to justify premium travel

Of $140 million spent on first-class travel over 18 months, 67 percent was not properly authorized.

Union officials criticize Bush’s choice for FEMA director

But David Paulison wins backing of some legislators.

Managers’ groups unite in effort to influence personnel debate

New coalition will seek to add managers' and executives' voices to discussion dominated by labor unions and Bush administration.

Senator pushes Navy to reimburse Northrop for post-Katrina delays

Such costs are generally covered by insurance, but the defense giant and its insurer are in litigation.

Homeland Security gets moving on border project

Department is looking for a contractor to help develop and integrate technology and infrastructure with border personnel.

Air Force chief argues for future cuts in reserve forces

Request comes as governors and National Guard leaders are fighting an Army decision to seek funding for 17,000 fewer Guard troops.