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Aviation safety agency picks recruiting firm, sets screener pay

The Transportation Security Administration has picked a recruiting firm to hire more than 30,000 baggage screeners and issued a pay range for the new workers.

Oversight board hunts for new IRS commissioner

The Treasury Department and the independent board that oversees the Internal Revenue Service are reviewing potential candidates for the job of IRS commissioner in the hopes of sending names to the White House within the next month.

Career managers, executives staff underground government

A rotating group of about 100 senior civilian federal managers, mostly from the career ranks, has staffed a “shadow government” since Sept. 11 to ensure the continuity of government operations in the event of a catastrophic attack on Washington.

Bill seeks to open info pipeline between feds, 'first responders'

The leaders of a House anti-terrorism subcommittee have introduced legislation to open the lines of communication between federal agencies and the "first responders" to emergencies.

Cutting workers’ comp

The Bush administration wants to cut millions of dollars in benefits to injured federal workers.