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Labor relations ruling threatens Pentagon’s personnel reforms

While not directly addressing pay reforms, decision complicates rollout of National Security Personnel System.

Bench Strength

Democrats would be wise to maintain a strong presence even in states that are heavily Republican.

Legislators prepare bill to thwart proposed Tricare fee hike

Measure would require Pentagon to seek congressional consent before adjusting healthcare fees.

Senators differ on plans for overhaul of foreign investment oversight

Broadest proposal would replace committee that approved controversial ports deal with body led by DHS.

Justice employees win competition for their jobs

But winning proposal involved downsizing from 80 to 66 positions in grants management support services.

Lawmaker seeks czar to oversee transition to next-generation Internet

Bush administration says OMB's Karen Evans already has the necessary power to administer agencies' move to Internet Protocol version 6.

OPM director pushes part-time work in lieu of retirement

Linda Springer says OPM is devising policy changes to ease transition to part-time.

House lawmakers introduce port security bill

Legislation would provide about $800 million annually for maritime security and set new requirements for DHS.

GAO finds 10 percent of GSA contractors owe back taxes

In one of the more extreme cases identified, a contractor was paid more than $1 million over the past two years despite owing more than $12 million in payroll taxes.