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Consultants pitch services to federal property managers

New executive order creates sudden demand as agencies have to list inventory and develop strategic plans.

Army seeks more help as war expenses outpace funding

Army officials recently asked Congress to shift funds out of fiscal 2005 military personnel appropriations to cover equipment costs.

GAO, scholars push for governmentwide personnel reform guidelines

Agencies warn that not complying with personnel reform could fracture the civil service.

Army undersecretary retiring Friday

Les Brownlee led the service through three turbulent years of wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and a huge nation-buiilding effort.

Proposal to eliminate 2005 locality pay increase angers unions

Plan is evidence of "low value" President Bush places on civil service workers, union leader says.

It Takes a Bureaucracy

Defining and serving the government customer isn't as simple as it sounds.

New initiatives at Labor Department lead to high scores

Finance chief envisions “something totally different,” and implements a new financial management system.