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Managing Information

The government's inability to assess Iraq's weapons programs represents a failure of management.

9/11 panel seeks billions more in federal spending

Deep within the commission’s report are a few recommendations bearing hefty price tags for federal agencies.

Study finds positive impression of federal government workers

New report from the Partnership for Public Service reveals that most Americans have a favorable view of the government, but think it is mired in bureaucracy.

Chairman of 9/11 commission calls on Pentagon to support reform

Panel chief says he senses resistance from Defense Department on some recommendations for intelligence overhaul.

Defense solicits help in marketing competitive sourcing

The Pentagon is seeking a fresh approach to generating positive publicity for the controversial management initiative.

Union fights decision to change work schedules for some CMS employees

After impasses panel rules in favor of management on 25 of 26 issues, AFGE files motion for reconsideration.

Addition and Subtraction

Watch for events or circumstances that could fundamentally change the existing equation.

Navy appoints new leader for NMCI

Rear Adm. James Godwin will take control of the $8 billion Navy Marine Corps Intranet program.

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