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Los Alamos halts classified work to search for missing data

Employees will undergo refresher training on handling sensitive information.

Homeland Security makes progress on management mandates

Agency implements 40 key recommendations by the Government Accountability Office, and makes progress on dozens more.

Senate ditches 'open seasons' for federal retirement contributions

If passed by House, the legislation would allow employees to alter their retirement contributions at any time.

OPM decries patchwork of pay systems for law enforcement

Years of uncoordinated legislation and litigation has led to myriad compensation systems that differ from one agency to the next.

What's On Your Mind?

A Merit Systems Protection Board survey uncovers the issues most important to those involved in personnel reforms.

Gingrich calls for 'virtual public health service'

Former House speaker says federal government should commit 1 percent of health spending to improving health information technology.

Interior agencies win backing from House panel to recruit volunteers

But House Resources Committee expresses concern about use of volunteers in regulatory and legal jobs.

Inspectors general urge lawmakers to pass job security measures

Representatives of the IG community encourage Congress to advance a bill that provides protection against reprisals and establishes term limits.

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