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Nine more agencies gain SES pay certification

About 3,000 of the nearly 7,000 top civil service executives now are eligible for salary hikes to nearly $160,000 a year.

CIA operative sues agency

Agent claims he was pressured to falsify prewar Iraq WMD reporting.

Personnel reforms included in intelligence legislation

Bill allows the FBI to set up an intelligence career path and creates scholarships to encourage students to enter the field.

Acquisition councils back share-in-savings contracts

Decision will likely expand the use of the controversial contracting method outside of the technology arena.

FDA asked to regulate advertising of anthrax vaccine

Lawyers hold up recent federal court ruling against the drug.

Pentagon blames Air Force Academy leaders for sexual misconduct scandal

Pointing to a failed chain of command, Pentagon promises policy changes to prevent future mishandling of sexual assault accusations.

Senate approves intelligence reform bill

Measure to create national intelligence director and overhaul intelligence apparatus now heads to President Bush.

Bush to call for public-private transportation partnerships

Transporation Secretary Norman Mineta said such partnerships can save time and can cut construction costs by up to 40 percent.

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