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Justice unit trains first responders at former Army base

Center for Domestic Preparedness has trained more than 200,000 local officials in programs accelerated after 9/11.

Senate plan to reshape Governmental Affairs panel gets mixed reception

Name change to “Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs” a vote of confidence in committee, but could dilute focus on governmentwide management issues.

The Gender Trap

Seeking a diverse workforce can lead managers to discriminate.

Problems loom in reconciling House, Senate intelligence overhaul bills

House Republican leaders increasingly are under attack for including a number of provisions not included in the Senate version of the bill.

Conferees slogging toward defense authorization agreement

Lawmakers try to find a compromise on House language that would delay an upcoming round of military base closures by two years.

Navy streamlines its intranet contract

Measurements used to gauge the performance of the Navy Marine Corps Intranet project are consolidated.

Thrift Savings Plan funds continue steady growth

Funds gained across-the-board in September.

Homeland Security bid to set up regional structure could hit roadblocks

Many of the department's constituent agencies already have their own regional offices.

‘No Child Left Behind’ implementation is numbers game

The Bush administration’s education overhaul law presents states and school districts with mathematics challenges of their own.

Civil rights group decries shortfall in EEOC funding

Task force of NAACP urges Congress to grant agency’s full budget request for fiscal 2005.