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Management Lit

Poolside reading lists indicate that federal managers are interested in improving their organizations.

Playing For Keeps

John Kerry's selection of John Edwards as his running mate tells us that he wants to win.

Defense appropriations bill becoming magnet for emergency spending

Forest Service looks to tack on $500 million in firefighting funds to the only fast-moving spending bill in town.

Questions linger about USDA's handling of mad cow issue

Critics question apparent leaks of critical information about tests on animals by agency employees.

Report: Agencies waste millions on vehicle fleets

Agencies can't ensure fleets are right size due to "a lack of attention to key management practices," GAO concludes.

Pentagon to hire more than 100 auditors

Direct-hire request granted to address department’s urgent need to fill positions.

Officials discuss efforts to network crime, terrorism data

A new FBI messaging system could replace current e-mail systems within the government.

Lawmakers haggle over funding for Agriculture computer program

Common Computing Environment is intended to track natural disasters, outbreaks of animal and plant diseases, and acts of bioterrorism.

Three departments reap benefits of new hiring flexibilities

Defense, HHS and Energy beat private-sector hiring average and attract highly qualified candidates.