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The Reformation

Will performance pay and other personnel reforms spread to the rest of the government? No one really is sure.

Senate passes intelligence overhaul bill; House prepares for debate

Sens. Collins, Lieberman, beat back efforts to weaken role of national intelligence director.

Air Force general withdraws nomination to head Pacific Command

Senate panel was interested in Gen. Gregory Martin's e-mails related to controversial Air Force tanker lease deal.

Pentagon security agency not told of potential attacks before 9/11

Attack survivors believe that better planning might have prevented deaths, destruction.

House votes to grant agencies hiring, pay flexibility

Bill allows larger bonuses and compensatory time off for time spent on official travel.

House-Senate conferees quash effort to delay base closures

Conference committee members also reach an 11th hour deal on language preventing the Air Force from leasing Boeing refueling tankers.

Justice unit trains first responders at former Army base

Center for Domestic Preparedness has trained more than 200,000 local officials in programs accelerated after 9/11.

Senate plan to reshape Governmental Affairs panel gets mixed reception

Name change to “Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs” a vote of confidence in committee, but could dilute focus on governmentwide management issues.

The Gender Trap

Seeking a diverse workforce can lead managers to discriminate.

Problems loom in reconciling House, Senate intelligence overhaul bills

House Republican leaders increasingly are under attack for including a number of provisions not included in the Senate version of the bill.

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