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Report: Defense service contract oversight falls short

GAO suggests Pentagon might be overpaying contractors.

Los Alamos laboratory shutdown cost up to $367 million

Problems at the lab have led the Energy Department to seek bids from contractors interested in running the nuclear research facility.

Foreign Service officers eligible for travel comp time

Office of Personnel Management originally indicated that Foreign Service members would not be eligible under new regulations.

Official: Hill foes may foil change to homeland grants

Bush administration calls for distributions based on risk and need.

Senators renew effort to overhaul Postal Service

Bill includes language shifting responsibility for military pensions to Treasury Department, a plan opposed by the Bush administration.

Fewer, better spies key to intelligence reform, former official says

New director of national intelligence should focus on stepping up quality of information gathered, says David Kay, former chief U.S. weapons inspector in Iraq.

OPM announces relaxed hiring rules for federal interns

New rules allow students to use experience at some nonfederal internships or military service toward time needed to qualify for a permanent federal job.

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