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Only one of the 13 annual spending bills has been enacted.
Accomplishments shared by agencies that got to green in personnel reform on OMB's latest management scorecard.
New CIA chief will take over agency just as intelligence community begins transformation.
The Senate has all but abandoned plans to bring up an fiscal 2005 omnibus spending package next month.
Strides on the personnel section of Bush’s reform agenda lauded, but other areas lag.
Strong congressional oversight seen as the key ingredient to force agencies to change.
OMB's Clay Johnson says there's no need for an initiative aimed specifically at cutting supervisory layers.
Negotiations over much-needed proprietary information drag on.
As the President’s Management Agenda enters its fourth year, the administration will also concentrate on getting more lawmakers on board.