The government has failed its fourth consecutive annual audit, but agencies are making some progress in getting their finances in order–according to a watchdog’s annual financial report card.
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In exchange for public service, the federal government should offer low-interest loans, scholarships and loan forgiveness to college students seeking science and technology degrees, former federal officials recommended last week.
Two rules will be issued Tuesday that portend the demise of controversial contractor ethics regulations issued at the end of the Clinton administration.
Ninety percent of the 60,000 people who have applied for Bush administration jobs have filed their applications online, the White House director of presidential personnel said Thursday.
The Defense Department hires the equivalent of more than 700,000 employees annually to perform tasks under service contracts ranging from mowing grass at military bases to testing key weapon systems, according to a new Pentagon report.