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Shipbuilding firms battle over language in appropriations bill

Provision would kill administration regulations issued Feb. 20.

TSA alters two pay regulations

Change in overtime pay rules puts Transportation Security Administration in line with other federal agencies.

OMB to work on capturing potential savings from management agenda

As the President’s Management Agenda enters its fourth year, the administration will also concentrate on getting more lawmakers on board.

IRS announces new round of layoffs

A day after employees learn of impending job cuts at distribution centers, officials announced dismissal of 218 technology workers.

Three TSP funds lose value in July

The C Fund, S Fund and I Fund lost value in July, but grew significantly over the past year.

GAO: Coast Guard should seek partnerships to monitor vessels

Automatic identification system would cost less with support from local public and private ports, auditors say.

Technology group urges lawmakers to fully fund NASA

President Bush requested $16.2 billion, but the House Appropriations Committee approved only $15.1 billion.

Army Corps closes Ohio River for critical lock repairs

Industry costs may top $14 million as 1,800 barges and 120 tow boats may be idled.

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