Claire McCaskill says ‘clumsy’ databases aren’t helping agencies avoid incompetent contractors.
Senator pitches pilot program to hire individuals with ‘alternative’ forms of higher education.
The controversial legislation, which the New York Democrat said she would continue to fight for, would strip commanders of the power to decide which sexual assault cases are prosecuted.
As Russia confronts Ukraine, the definition of modern military intervention hangs in the balance.
Choices include having phone companies or another government agency retain private data.
Federal employee advocates applaud funding boosts, but deride 1 percent raise proposal.
Bill would let aid recipients hold Census jobs
Feds reduce Medicare errors by $8 billion in one year
Amid impeachment, trust in government drops
Clinton budget: Dead again
Feds technologically outmatched, group says
House Y2K meeting postponed
Poor performers not a big problem, OPM says
Navy team loses A-76 competition
OK City memorial grows as public-private partnership
House GOP wants spending disputes settled early
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