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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.

Officials say recruiting efforts will offset retirement wave

The civil service is still an attractive option for job applicants, administrators say.

CIOs defend agencies’ progress in creating technology blueprints

GAO data showing slow progress in enterprise architecture efforts doesn't tell they whole story, they say.

Senator seeks pay boost for federal workers serving in reserves

Proposed amendment would pay them their civilian salary while they are deployed in the National Guard or Reserves.

House Democrats seek to beef up federal privacy protections

Bill calls for privacy officers within all federal agencies and comprehensive review of laws and regulations.

Bucking White House, House votes to delay base closings

Despite a veto threat, House members refuse to drop amendment mandating a two-year delay in closures.

New rail security directives released, but without funding

Homeland Security moves to improve rail security, but lawmakers and industry officials insist much more is needed.

FBI lauds watch list but still lacks access

Unified terrorist watch list was completed in March, but law enforcement officials can't use it online yet.

Age-based bias complaints on the rise

Annual report of Equal Employment Opportunity Commission details trends in discrimination complaint filings.

Technology contract used to purchase interrogation work

A military task force used an Interior Department procurement unit to buy services using a contract designed for computer purchases.

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