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House-Senate agreement rekindles debate over federal employees’ rights to challenge A-76 decisions.
In letters to court, high-ranking federal officials praised Darleen Druyun for innovative management under deals she now admits favored Boeing.
Millions of the credit card-sized devices will be distributed in the next few years.
Powerful committee chairman defeat attempts to transfer some of their oversight and appropriations duties to retooled panel.
House, Senate committees limit spending inititatives, criticize department's budget submission.
Lawyers for Teresa Chambers vow to appeal decision, saying her First Amendment rigths were violated.
Accuses leakers of "undermining what this country is supposed to be about."
American Federation of Government Employees says domestic diva’s incarceration shines unfavorable light on staff cutbacks at federal prisons.