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Federal spending benefits capital region, report finds

The Washington area’s economy is reaping rewards of a trend toward higher spending near agency headquarters.

Democrats should focus more on intelligence reform, legislator says

Democrats could pay a political price during the November elections if they oppose Goss’ nomination too vigorously.

Troop realignment could cut Defense civilian jobs

As many as 70,000 troops would be removed from Europe or Asia, President Bush announced Monday.

Davis steps down as chair of civil service subcommittee

Rep. Jo Ann Davis, R-Va., has taken a seat on the House Select Committee on Intelligence.

GAO: Pentagon lacks management plan for protecting personnel, installations

Government auditors found that Defense’s most recent report on installation protection needs more detail and tangible goals.

Pentagon’s management of space personnel inadequate, says GAO

Report says increased reliance on space-based technology requires a results-oriented plan.

Congress faces Sept. backlog, prospect of lame duck

Only one of the 13 annual spending bills has been enacted.

Management reports highlight agencies’ human capital achievements

Accomplishments shared by agencies that got to green in personnel reform on OMB's latest management scorecard.