President Bush will ask Congress for $59 billion in new information technology spending when he submits his 2004 budget proposal next month, $6 billion more than last year's request.
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The company that runs the most popular online job search site will take over the federal government’s central jobs Web site, the Office of Personnel Management announced this week.
Tom Ridge, President Bush’s choice to head the Homeland Security Department, said at his Senate confirmation hearing Friday that he would hold the agency to strict performance targets.
Government reform advocates say federal pay systems need some room to stretch.