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New TSP system on track, but at a higher cost

A much-delayed computer system that would give federal employees more control over their retirement savings accounts is still on track to debut in mid-June, officials said Monday. But the new system will cost more than originally expected.

Defense contractors slide into homeland security business

Large, traditional defense contractors have easily remade themselves to be homeland security providers since the September 2001 terrorist attacks. But none appear to have made drastic changes that would redefine their core businesses.

Top two whistleblower protectors resign

The federal government’s top two whistleblower protectors announced their resignations Monday.

Administration has hits, misses in implementing management agenda

The administration's ambitious plan to expand electronic government is meeting bureaucratic resistance on Capitol Hill.