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Case for personnel reform varies by agency

A senior Bush administration official says civil service reform outside of the Defense and Homeland Security departments is needed to improve recruitment and retention.

Customer satisfaction with federal Web sites nudges up a notch

Sites run by the National Institutes of Health achieve high marks in consumer index.

Homeland bureau tests new acquisition strategy

Body armor and dogs will be among the first commodities to be considered for “strategic sourcing.”

Advocates for blind fight reorganization of Education agency

The Bush administration says it just wants to streamline Rehabilitation Services Administration, but the blind say the effort is designed to diminish a program built specifically to help them.

Officials: Real intelligence reform could take 10 years

Reformers defeat first attempt to roll back powers of new national intelligence director, but expect more battles to come.

Pentagon gets more time to declassify base-closing data

Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs leaders give Pentagon four more days to deliver information.

OMB directed U.S. Mint to reopen job competition

A year and a half after first announcing a forklift operator competition, agency is still looking for private bidders.