More than 80 percent of Interior Department computers are back online after a three-month shutdown of Internet access. But workers at department headquarters and in three major agencies are still stuck with only the telephone, fax machine and post office to communicate with the outside world.
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The head of the General Accounting Office criticized the use of quotas in competitive sourcing during a Senate hearing Monday.
Many federal computer specialists are still waiting to get a special pay raise intended to keep information technology employees working for the government.
Sen. Wayne Allard, R-Colo., canceled a fundraising event after a member of his campaign staff improperly sent letters to HUD employees, soliciting $250 donations.