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Low staffing may hurt federal financial oversight

Low staffing levels at the federal agencies that oversee billions of dollars in investments and international trade may be hurting the government’s ability to prevent financial crimes and to enforce trade agreements, officials said at a Senate hearing Tuesday.

E-gov chief says managers stand in way of tech advances

The Bush administration wants to change the outlook of federal managers who are slow to utilize technology to make government more efficient, an administration official said Tuesday.

OPM chief pledges to simplify federal hiring process

Kay Coles James, the government’s top human resources official, pledged Monday to streamline the federal hiring process as part of a campaign to attract college graduates into public service.

Applicants overwhelm virtual IT job fair site

The Office of Personnel Management is adding computing power to its online IT job fair Web site because an overwhelming number of people are trying to apply for technology jobs.

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