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The administration's ambitious plan to expand electronic government is meeting bureaucratic resistance on Capitol Hill.
Federal agencies should interview employees who quit to find out why they’re leaving, a new General Accounting Office report suggests.
Management questions and concerns about outdated systems and insufficient integration prompted a House Armed Services subcommittee on Friday to vote to cut $2 billion from the Defense Department's fiscal 2004 budget request for information technology programs.
Federal managers governmentwide have a new hiring tool at their disposal.
The House Government Reform Committee approved legislation late Wednesday that would overhaul the civilian personnel system at the Department of Defense, as well as give broad personnel flexibilities to NASA and the Securities and Exchange Commission.