The Bush administration has lifted its temporary limits on hiring rank-and-file federal workers. But restrictions on hiring managers are still in place.
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Federal chief information officers are ill-equipped to move the federal government into the information age, a panel of lawmakers and ex-federal officials said Wednesday at a briefing on Capitol Hill.
President Bush Thursday took steps to alleviate the power crisis in California and other western states by ordering federal agencies to reduce the amount of electricity they use.
The Office of Management and Budget is poised to name a leading public administration expert as a temporary adviser for management to Director Mitch Daniels, sources say.
Federal workers should get a 4.6 percent average pay raise next year rather than President Bush’s proposed 3.6 percent raise, lawmakers said late Thursday night.