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OMB weighs changes to job competition process

The Bush administration is contemplating wide-ranging changes to rules that allow federal jobs to be directly outsourced to private companies, Office of Federal Procurement Policy Administrator Angela Styles told a Senate panel on Wednesday.

Five fights

The commander of the Army's V Corps says the impending war in Iraq will involve fighting five kinds of battles at once.

Employees report to work despite standoff in downtown Washington

Employees in federal buildings located near the National Mall in Washington went to work Tuesday despite a standoff between law enforcement officers and a man who drove a tractor into a shallow pool near the Vietnam Memorial.

Agencies implement more stringent security measures

Federal agencies stepped up security across the country Tuesday as Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge outlined a national plan to protect the United States from terrorist attacks during a war with Iraq.

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