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House votes to halt immigration services competition

Proponents say that 1,100 Citizenship and Immigration Service jobs should be shielded from competition.

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The Thrift Savings Plan is launching a toll-free hotline for participants who want the latest information on their accounts

GOP blocks war-profiteering amendment

Measure would have created new penalties -- including up to 20 years in jail -- for contractors convicted of overcharging.

House chair calls for single anti-money laundering agency

Rep. Sue Kelly, R-N.Y., laments "vast expanse of bureaucracies" that are currently responsible for seeking to cut off terrorist financing.

Defense spending bill could delay Senate recess

Senate leaders are attempting to reach a deal to wrap up debate on the fiscal 2005 defense reauthorization bill.

Postal Service computer glitch leads to $103 million in overpayments

Postal officials want the inspector general to develop recommendations to prevent a similar mistake from occurring in the future.

Panel slams bureaucracy over 9/11 failures

Recommendations for overhauling federal agencies expected at end of July.

Defense tightens reins on outside contracts

New procedures will ensure compliance with federal regulations, after misuse reports.

White House criticizes language in Interior appropriations bill

Administration has qualms about competitive sourcing and e-government provisions in an early version of the bill.

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