Two top executives at a Navy facility in Rhode Island have been suspended amid an investigation into employee misuse of compensatory time and leave rules at a 50,000-worker Navy command.
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The federal government made $20 billion in erroneous payments in fiscal 2001, the Office of Management and Budget said Friday in a report to Congress outlining the poor state of financial management in the government.
The Bush administration has squashed a plan to let federal agencies use retention allowances to stop other agencies from hiring away their employees.
Homeland Security Director Tom Ridge said Thursday he would advise President Bush to veto any legislation creating a congressionally authorized Office of Homeland Security if Congress approves a bill this year.
Americans support federal workers and trust the government less today than they did immediately after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, a new survey shows.