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Bush issues order implementing 2003 pay raise

President Bush issued an executive order Tuesday formally implementing a 3.1 percent pay increase in 2003 for General Schedule employees and members of the Senior Executive Service.

Investigators probe theft of Defense medical records

Federal investigators are trying to find the thieves who stole computer equipment and medical records from a military contractor’s offices in mid-December.

FBI, Homeland Security agencies track five men

The FBI and several agencies slated to move into the new Homeland Security Department are tracking five men of Arab ancestry who are believed to have entered the United States illegally on Dec. 24.

TSA meets baggage screening deadline

With a day to spare, the head of the Transportation Security Administration said Monday the agency will meet its final congressional mandate on time by screening all checked airline baggage for explosives by Dec. 31.

Printing office cuts price, wins bid to handle 2004 budget

OMB has picked the Government Printing Office to print the fiscal 2004 budget after threatening to contract out the job if the printing office couldn’t underbid private contractors.

Recent Bush initiatives raise issue of lower morale

A series of recent decisions regarding pay, benefits and union rights have soured President Bush’s relationship with federal labor leaders and many of the people they represent. But the damage is not necessarily permanent.

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