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If 1997 was the most boring political year we've had in over two decades, 2004 is turning out to be one of the most fascinating.

Americans on homeland security: Ready and willing but uninformed

Study highlights communications gap between Homeland Security officials and citizens.

OPM to propose more flexible hiring rules

Personnel officials outline plan to ease restrictions on hiring student interns and people with disabilities.

Bush administration touts savings from job competitions

OMB projects competitive sourcing initiative will save at least $1.1 billion over the next three to five years.

Use of Web, e-mail to contact agencies on the rise

But many Americans say they still prefer to deal with government by phone or in person.

Pentagon opens civilian hall of fame

New permanent display honors “heroic bureaucrats.”

Homeland Security told to improve IT strategy

Department should limit information technology investments until it finalizes systems integration plan, GAO says.

NIH weighing government authority over drug pricing

AIDS activists ask the agency to step in to lower the price of a popular drug developed partly with federal grant money.

FBI intelligence chief quietly beefs up agency's role

Maureen Baginski has the unenviable task of integrating intelligence collection and analysis into every division of the FBI.

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