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Allegations against GSA chief may affect budget

Appropriator says unless charges of Hatch Act violations are resolved, he will have trouble fighting off efforts to cut funding for the agency.

Auditors cite security problems with IRS wireless networks

Inspections in 10 cities turn up at least one unauthorized network.

Justice taps contractor for troubled wireless project

Interagency program has struggled in part because of a fractured relationship between the Justice and Homeland Security departments.

Postal Service does not foresee layoffs despite pressures

Lawmakers express concern about potential measures to cut labor costs, which take up 80 percent of the agency’s budget.

Senators unveil measure requiring agencies to cut energy use

Bill would force the government to take several steps toward energy efficiency, including boosting renewable energy purchases.

Defense official urges use of GSA contract vehicle

Offerings could help Pentagon fulfill congressional mandate for contracting with small firms owned by service-disabled veterans.

Katrina reconstruction effort lacks long-term strategy

Project is at a “critical turning point," GAO official says; Louisiana senator takes hard line on funds for rebuilding levees.

Human capital officers' council outlines structural changes

Group’s annual report to lawmakers notes extended involvement in training academy, realignment of subcommittees.

Union, immigration agency move toward new contract

Agency still is operating under an agreement reached before the formation of the Homeland Security Department.

Clinton’s management ideas echo ‘reinventing government’ effort

Observers welcome early focus on federal management, look for details on proposal to trim 500,000 contractors.