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TSP to open retirement fund management to competitive bids

All four managed funds have been run by Barclays Global Investors since inception.

Getting ahead: Secrets to climbing the government ladder

The most successful civil servants tend to be people who successfully navigate the tricky terrain where political appointees and career officials meet.

Energy recycles conservation initiative

Campaign to encourage energy conservation--featuring a "spokes-villain" called the "Energy Hog"--dates back to 2002.

Retirees to get 4.1 percent cost-of-living adjustment

Increase for members of Civil Service Retirement System is highest in more than a decade.

Emergency spending gives senators flexibility on Defense

Budget watchers say appropriators freed up large sums of money by transferring programs from the traditional budget to the $50 billion wartime emergency account.

Bill to revamp law enforcement benefits expected

Proposal could determine whether Customs and Border Protection officers will receive the same benefits as other federal law enforcement officers.

Senate backs more Defense R&D than Bush sought

Pentagon would receive $70.4 billion for R&D; Bush proposed $69.4 billion.

CIA report offers fresh critiques of Iraq intelligence

Newly declassified study says intelligence agency managers failed to exercise quality control checks on analysis.