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Bush won’t seek civil service reform this year

The Bush administration will not seek legislation this year to improve the civil service system, as proposed by President Bush in his fiscal 2002 budget, Office of Management and Budget spokesman Chris Ullman said Thursday.

OMB appoints technology czar

Office of Management and Budget Director Mitch Daniels has appointed Mark Forman, a vice president for e-business at Unisys Corp., to the newly created position of associate director for information technology and e-government.

Managers say agencies are still not using Results Act

Federal agencies have gained little ground in the effort to manage for results, according to a survey of managers and supervisors conducted by the General Accounting Office.

Definition of 'inherently governmental' could change

A high-level panel reviewing federal outsourcing policy is working to better define when and why federal jobs can be considered inherently governmental, Comptroller General David Walker said in an interview this week.

Pentagon acquisition boss moves to help contractors

The Defense Department will no longer force contractors to shoulder part of the cost of Pentagon research and development projects, Pete Aldridge, undersecretary of defense for acquisition, technology and logistics, said Wednesday.