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Presidential order is designed to improve interagency coordination in preventing, detecting and responding to acts of bioterrorism.
The chairman of the House Government Reform Committee asked the Transportation Security Administration this week to give him a briefing on a pilot program to address vulnerabilities at rail and transit stations.
Employees gave $248.5 million to the Combined Federal Campaign, an increase of almost $19 million over 2002 contributions.
Lawmakers on the House Homeland Security Committee on Thursday indicated changes they may include in the panel's authorization bill this year on cybersecurity.
Without a whisper of dissent, the Senate Judiciary Committee endorsed Thursday a House bill that raises fees for the Patent and Trademark Office and lets the agency keep its own money.
The Washington-area chapter of the American Society for Public Administration honored three public servants Wednesday with its annual awards for service.
David Safavian said he favors expansion of federal employees’ rights to challenge job competition decisions, and might eliminate a requirement for regular re-competitions.
The debut of our new interactive column looks at the effort to bring coherent management to the National Zoo.
Bipartisan support for delaying the 2005 base realignment and closure round is beginning to grow.