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Senate to begin final push on legislation

Vice President Dick Cheney, is returning from Middle East to be on hand to break possible tie on crucial budget vote.

Research funds headed for small, but noticeable, cuts

Cuts will leave most agencies’ research coffers flat, but are not as deep as some in science community had feared.

Extra day off around Christmas doubtful, OPM says

Historically, the president only grants second day off to round out a four-day weekend.

Three major bills passed as House wraps up work

Members move Defense spending and authorization bills, and a $39.7 billion budget-cutting package, to the Senate.

Defense measure includes language on military benefits

House version of authorization bill would expand healthcare system for National Guard and reserve troops, raise enlistment bonuses

Survey shows a lack of confidence on e-government projects

Federal technology executives’ confidence in cybersecurity also slips.

Union files second protest in Energy job competition

In ongoing tussle, labor leader challenges acceptance of “time and materials” bids in public-private contest.