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Passage of intel bill may rest on speedy accord, aides say

Role of the proposed national intelligence director still a sticking point for conferees.

Political appointees not managing for results, scholar says

Report states leaders tend to resist performance measures and need to focus more on goal-setting.

Job satisfaction increasing at financial regulatory agency

Employees at the Securities and Exchange Commission are growing happier with compensation and work-life balance, GAO study shows.

Omnibus negotiations pick up as lawmakers seek a deal

Lawmakers try to avoid extending lame-duck session.

FDA supports radio-frequency identification on drug labels

Manufacturers would use small transmitters to reduce counterfeiting, theft and tampering.

Lame-duck session last-ditch effort for intelligence reform this year

Sen. Susan Collins lobbies the White House behind the scenes in hopes of moving the measure forward.

IRS gets clean audit, but problems linger, says GAO

Outdated systems and confidentiality restrictions prevent easy fixes to financial management problems.

Faith-based health insurance plan generates controversy

Months after it was announced, pro-choice and pro-life groups raise their voices about a faith-based offering in FEHBP.