All three services hit with funding cuts, restructuring plans and reporting requirements on big weapons programs.
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Agencies asked to recommend 2005 increases for about 140,000 employees by mid October.
The Bush administration is not paying enough attention to the growth, a Brookings Institution scholar concludes.
Lwamakers say civilian employees deserve the same pay adjustments as military personnel.
Panel members and victims’ families plan to lobby hard for changes.
Inspectors general of Coalition, Interior Department criticize procurement of interrogators as outside the scope of their contracts.
Officials at the Public Building Service clarified what the agency did, then reconfigured the workforce to meet that mission.
Negotiations stalled over amendments offered by Democrats.
Though the watchdog agency praised recent human capital reform efforts, it contends that some agencies are too far ahead of the pack.
Deputy Administrator Stephen McHale takes on critics of agency's effort to hire and train a screener workforce.