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Biological attack likely by 2020, report warns

Acts of bioterrorism would be “particularly suited” to smaller and better-informed terrorist groups likely to emerge.

Major university close to withdrawing from Los Alamos competition

Chancellor of the University of Texas system recommends that it not pursue Los Alamos National Laboratory contract.

Procurement chief weighs changes to job competition rules

Ban on "direct conversions" of jobs to contractors is under review.

Several names floated for base closing commission

Panel will decide which bases should be shuttered or realigned in 2005.

Take Your Time

The Office of Personnel Management decides not to dismiss federal employees from work early on the eve of the inauguration.

Publications give executives new management tools, ideas

RAND book provides “mental warm-up exercises;” IBM report tells careerists and appointees how to get along.

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