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Lawmakers question Washington-area air security measures

Homeland Security Department evaluates plan to lift restrictions at Reagan National Airport.

Agency officials say resistance to telework is dropping

House lawmakers pledge to use appropriations stick to force agencies to support the practice.

Investigation spreads blame for mishandled TSP upgrade

The TSP board and a contractor both owe retirement plan participants an apology, congressional investigators find.

Lawmaker weighs bill to address NIH conflicts of interest

Rep. Jim Greenwood, R-Pa., says he wants to remove salary caps and make agency's compensation system more transparent.

GSA to devise new contract to continue counseling services for troops

Move could lead to renewed complaints about the contracting process for the Military One Source program, which has been controversial.

Presidential Prowess

Advice to the next president on building a management agenda based on the four cornerstones of leadership.

Panel votes to boost military construction spending

House subcommittee backs $10 billion bill, $450 million more then President Bush requested.

IG: Medicare officials withheld costs but didn't break law

Threat by Medicare administrator to fire chief actuary wasn't illegal.

Senate panel approves Transportation Security nominee

David Stone's nomination to head TSA passes on voice vote.

Pentagon officials, House lawmakers at odds over managing troops

Deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan have strained forces, but Bush administration opposes reinstating the draft.