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Intelligence overhaul supporters seek options

Senate conferees say it is now up to President Bush and House GOP leaders to push for an agreement.

White House reaches agreement to free up nominations

Incoming Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., had held up 172 Bush nominees in an effort to get his top science adviser a seat on the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

Patent office gets more money, but fees may be diverted

Agency succeeds in winning specifically allocated funding to hire more examiners.

TSA to brief Congress on using commercial data for passenger screening

ACLU throws curveball at airline screening program by highlighting strict congressional requirements.

Senate confirms federal procurement chief

David Safavian to move into position that has been vacant for more than a year.

AID cancels commodities purchase as funds run low

Food aid advocates urge Bush administration to make immediate use of special trust fund and ask for supplemental appropriation next year.

Pentagon urged to put executive in charge of financial overhaul

Senate panel investigates persistent management problems and delayed soldiers’ pay.

Proposal would add surviving spouse benefit to TSP

Senior Executive Service member pushes TSP Board to support change, vows to pursue it on Capitol Hill.