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Programs will be judged on whether and how they are being used by their intended audiences.
Presidential appointees ought not be left twisting in the wind. They deserve a vote in the Senate.
Guards at Tennessee nuclear weapons plant responded to a mock attack with live weapons, leading to what one called "mass confusion."
Agency plans to hire more than 12,000 controllers in 10 years because employees brought on after 1981 strike are nearing retirement age at the same time.
GAO proposal implements provision of Defense authorization law clarifying the appeals process.
Key events in the annual budget cycle will kick off two weeks after President Bush's second-term inauguration.
In an unusual move, David Safavian, head of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy, signed off on a Treasury-GSA deal to reexamine the contract after two years.
Agency decides IT workers will get the same pay boost as the rest of the federal workforce in 2005.