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Think Before You Send

Why smart managers make dumb mistakes with e-mail.

Performance-based energy savings contracts may cost government

A form of share-in-savings contracts allow quick investment but cost agencies more in the long-run, says report.

DOE weighs random polygraph tests for employees

Proposal is designed to deter “damaging disclosures” by employees who aren't required to undergo mandatory lie-detector tests.

Groups support FBI whistleblower's appeal

Legal brief argues that unnecessary secrecy denies the public access to government information about 9/11.

Powell lauds State Department employees in farewell address

"You are wonderful patriots who serve your nation as its troops in the far-flung outposts of American diplomacy," outgoing Secretary of State says.

Shipyard workers fear base closure process could bring privatization

Labor unions ask Congress top take action to prevent the Pentagon from using base closures to eliminate shipyards.

Rallying Cry

This inaugural address is President Bush's opportunity to capture some momentum for his second-term agenda.