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No timeline set for selecting new civil service subcommittee chief

A frontrunner for the top spot on a key House Government Reform subcommittee has announced that he will not seek re-election, leaving the field wide open.

Pentagon encourages environmentally friendly acquisitions

New guidelines push Pentagon officials to buy recycled products.

CACI chief defends company’s interrogation work

Contract employees’ training met military standards, CEO says.

Lessons in Leadership

Terrorists' bombs tested an ambassador's fortitude, resolve and experience.

Agencies urged to develop teleworker corps for emergency situations

Updated emergency preparedness guides stress need for plans to keep the government running.

More mid-career government jobs going to private sector workers

But the number of jobs open to outside applicants dwindled in 2003, study finds.

Air marshals under review following inspector general’s investigation

IG report uncovers glaring misconduct among the air guard corps and charges leadership with overlooking blatant infractions.

FDIC seeks personnel overhaul from Congress

The independent agency asks for more flexibile system, but a union leader says the plan would hurt workers.

GAO: FBI's antiterrorism focus not harming traditional work

As the bureau concentrates on terrorism, other agencies pick up the slack for drug-related, white-collar and violent crimes.

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