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Senators differ over Pentagon control of intelligence agencies

Top Democrat on Senate Intelligence Committee proposes split control of Defense intelligence organizations in times of war.

Administration renews focus on reducing improper payments

OMB pledges greater attention to cutting payment errors and weighs setting new audit requirements.

Flexible Rollover

A senior lawmaker wants employees with flexible healthcare spending accounts to keep unspent money at the end of each year.

Report seeks more federal support for childhood vaccinations

Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter calls for more funding to be directed to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Border agency kicks off courtesy training

'Gentler, kinder' training program for customs and border personnel a waste of resources, labor unions say.

Pentagon developing system to protect buildings from bio, chem attacks

Program is slated for a demonstration in early 2006.

Critics: Details about new Pentagon personnel system are scarce

Coalition of 35 unions accuse Defense of refusing to negotiate and not sharing information.

GSA to make new procurement database widely accessible

Critics see contractor’s role in administering the database as problematic.

Active Management

Few government handbooks actually describe, with verbs, what managers can do to improve their agencies' performance.