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Rule allows agency officials, not employees, to protest A-76 decisions

GAO proposal implements provision of Defense authorization law clarifying the appeals process.

State of Union address, budget submission slated for early February

Key events in the annual budget cycle will kick off two weeks after President Bush's second-term inauguration.

Procurement policy chief signed off on Treasury telecom contract agreement

In an unusual move, David Safavian, head of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy, signed off on a Treasury-GSA deal to reexamine the contract after two years.

OPM will not set special pay rate increase for tech workers

Agency decides IT workers will get the same pay boost as the rest of the federal workforce in 2005.

Job competitions need help from HR, report says

Consulting group urges human resources specialists to help competitive sourcing initiatives run more smoothly.

Army biologist subpoenas news organizations

Action is in connection with Steven Hatfill's lawsuit against the Justice Department and FBI for linking him to 2001 anthrax attacks.

Report finds foreigners defeat border security with stolen passports

Homeland Security inspector general’s review tracks 136 foreigners who entered the country using stolen passports.

Homeland Security deputy steps down

James Loy announced his resignation Saturday, effective March 1 or when a sucessor is named.

Eight more agencies win authority to hike SES pay

Four Cabinet departments and four independent agencies win certification for new performance evaluation systems.

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