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Mismanagement 'shocking,' says outgoing Senate panel chair

Sen. Fred Thompson, R-Tenn., Tuesday issued a comprehensive report detailing management problems in the government as a whole and at individual agencies, imploring the Bush administration to address the situation.

FEMA director has a tough act to follow

The new head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency has the unenviable task of filling the waders of James Lee Witt, who was often on the scene wherever floods and other natural disasters struck.

Agencies work to keep mad-cow disease out of U.S. pastures

So far, mad-cow disease and its human counterpart have never been detected in the United States. Several federal agencies have teamed up to try to keep the disease out of American pastures.

OPM extends job placement programs for downsized feds

OPM on Monday issued interim regulations to permanently authorize career transition assistance programs created in the mid-1990s for employees who lose their jobs through downsizing.