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Missing data not a security threat, Los Alamos says

Missing storage device does not contain nuclear weapons data, officials say.

Senior official says human capital officers are stretched thin

OPM Director Kay Coles James says the human capital chiefs wear too many hats and are overworked.

Union calculates next step in battle to organize airport screeners

A recent court ruling opens a new loophole that unions can use to try to organize TSA screeners.

Administration decries 'insourcing' measure

White House and Defense officials are critical of a union-backed effort to force a set percentage of contractors to defend their jobs against federal employees.

OPM report shows telework numbers far below goal

Progress extremely slow, House Government Reform Committee to address problems in July.

FAA to help set up air tanker inspection program

Agreement sparks hope that the 33 large planes could be used to fight wildfires this summer.

Closing Open Seasons

House subcommittee takes a step toward getting rid of Thrift Savings Plan open seasons, which restrict participant changes to certain times of the year.

GAO says Medicare videos violated law

Videos distributed to news stations to promote the law were not identified as coming from a government source.

House votes to allow troops to be used for border security

But lawmakers reject effort to repeal ban on abortions at overseas military hospitals.

House panel votes to require reviews of federal programs

Bill would amend the Government Performance and Results Act to mandate regular evaluations of all programs.

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