A recent court ruling opens a new loophole that unions can use to try to organize TSA screeners.
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White House and Defense officials are critical of a union-backed effort to force a set percentage of contractors to defend their jobs against federal employees.
Progress extremely slow, House Government Reform Committee to address problems in July.
Agreement sparks hope that the 33 large planes could be used to fight wildfires this summer.
House subcommittee takes a step toward getting rid of Thrift Savings Plan open seasons, which restrict participant changes to certain times of the year.
Videos distributed to news stations to promote the law were not identified as coming from a government source.
But lawmakers reject effort to repeal ban on abortions at overseas military hospitals.
Bill would amend the Government Performance and Results Act to mandate regular evaluations of all programs.
The civil service is still an attractive option for job applicants, administrators say.
GAO data showing slow progress in enterprise architecture efforts doesn't tell they whole story, they say.