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Jostling For A Seat

The pending retirement of Sen. Paul Sarbanes may led to some interesting politics in Maryland over the next year.

Stakeholders backing Senate chief's postal overhaul legislation

Bill reflects consensus on "worksharing" issues, in which work usually done by postal workers could shift to large mailers.

Ten federal programs named semifinalists for innovation award

Awards of $100,000 will be made in July to six winning programs that are rated best for creative thinking and results-driven goals.

Homeland Security chairman to revive first responder grant bill

Rep. Christopher Cox, R-Calif., would like funding to be based on risk and vulnerability.

FBI official, privacy advocate clash over PATRIOT Act

Critics say the law gives the government too much investigatory and surveillance powers.

Bush administration official downplays reorganization

Other management priorities take precedence over shuffling the federal organizational chart, says OMB deputy chief Clay Johnson.

Changes in travel comp time regulations unlikely

Experts say there are few obstacles to issuance of final rules on providing compensatory time off for federal employees' business travel.

Congressional concerns linger over performance-based budgets

Appropriations staffers say budget justifications contain too little information on workload and output, too much on management.

Sexual assault victims in military will have some confidentiality

“Restricted reporting” is intended to encourage victims of sexual violence to come forward.