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Some union representatives say the Pentagon is backing away from a promise to provide details on its new personnel system.

MSPB says well-planned technology can help hiring process

Board encourages use of technology in the hiring process, but warns it must be accompanied by a significant investment in planning and personnel.

New bill would protect jobs held by severely disabled federal workers

Opponents say legislation would interfere with competitive sourcing initiatives.

TSA officials cite challenges in revised passenger screening program

Privacy and civil rights concerns continue to mount as testing deadline approaches.

Some progress reported in intelligence overhaul negotiations

House Republicans float compromise proposal to meld competing House, Senate bills.

Army secretary nominee facing opposition

Sen. Jack Reed, D-R.I., is holding up nomination of defense industry executive Francis Harvey to raise questions about the Bush administration's handling of Army troop and equipment needs in Iraq.

Between the Lines

Lessons government managers can learn from the daily headlines.

Immigration, customs agencies still struggling to coordinate efforts

Field officials tell GAO that communication is improving, but the effort to coordinate efforts among three Homeland Security agencies still faces challenges.

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