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Bush advocates reduction in contract bundling

President cites practice of combining federal contracts into large national agreements as a significant obstacle for small businesses.

Homeland Security identifies potential infrastructure targets

But full implementation of a national infrastructure protection plan is two to three years away, says the leader of the effort.

Democratic group criticizes Bush administration e-gov efforts

Less than 60 percent of federal transactions were available online by October 2003 deadline set in law.

Listen and Learn

Leaders must recognize that they, too, can learn by listening to employees.

Senate approves Governmental Affairs overhaul

Senators back resolution giving panel additional responsibility for homeland security.

Personnel flexibility bill heads to President Bush

Measure includes authority for recruitment bonuses, vacation incentives and compensatory time off for travel.

Congress drops measure limiting offshore outsourcing

Lawmakers stripped provision before sending corporate tax bill to President Bush.

Defense bill mandates audit of GSA contracting procedures

Compliance with contracting rules is needed if agency wants Defense business, proposed law says.

Inspector general says TSA doled out unequal awards to employees

Agency administrator says parts of report are “inaccurate and misleading” and insists changes are being made.

Ridge statement sows confusion on cybersecurity chief

He said the position would be elevated to the assistant secretary level, but officials now say details haven't been worked out yet.

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