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Lawmaker questions Pentagon’s plan to resume anthrax vaccinations

Emergency request from Defense Department prompts questions from vice chairman of congressional committee.

GAO releases details of new pay structure

Pay caps raised for some employees; maximum potential earnings drop for others.

Social Security computer system may reduce disability overpayments

GAO reported that it discovered $990 million in Disability Insurance overpayments in fiscal 2003, up from $772 million in 1999.

Bush signs intelligence reform bill

Legislation will usher in a slew of personnel and management reforms.

Government's record of failed financial audits remains unbroken

Seventh consecutive failed audit surprises few; spending increases alarm GAO.

Administration aims to put its stamp on postal overhaul

Pensions of military veterans working for the service continue to be a sticking point.

GSA investigation documents widespread contract abuse

Hundreds of millions of dollars in contract awards didn’t follow laws and regulations; GSA officials say agency has "turned the corner" on solving the problem.

Back and Forth

The Pentagon and OPM respond to charges that they're breaking the law by refusing to allow labor unions to see draft plans for the National Security Personnel System.

Congress seeks to stimulate market for bioagent vaccines

Citing preparedness gaps, congressional officials plan to introduce Project Bioshield II legislation in February.