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Gingrich calls for 'virtual public health service'

Former House speaker says federal government should commit 1 percent of health spending to improving health information technology.

Interior agencies win backing from House panel to recruit volunteers

But House Resources Committee expresses concern about use of volunteers in regulatory and legal jobs.

Inspectors general urge lawmakers to pass job security measures

Representatives of the IG community encourage Congress to advance a bill that provides protection against reprisals and establishes term limits.

House subcommittee trims IRS enforcement budget

Panel also cuts $800 million requested by the U.S. Postal Service for biohazard detection equipment.

Senators introduce bill to provide dental, vision benefits

Legislation would provide voluntary supplemental coverage to federal employees.

DHS scraps computer pre-screening system, starts over

Privacy groups applaud changes, and seek more input in designing the new program.

Management grades show greatest improvement yet

Agencies rallied to show substantially improved performance at the three-year anniversary of President Bush’s five-part management agenda.

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