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Feds report job and pay satisfaction

Majority of survey respondents see benefits to pay for performance systems, but many are not confident of successful implementation.

Lack of detention space hinders efforts to track fugitive immigrants

Inspector general recommends more resources, notes number of fugitives rose nearly 88 percent from 2001 to 2006.

Audit: Emergency communications project imperiled

Uncertain funding mechanisms and a poor governing structure are among the problems jeopardizing the effort to create a wireless network for first responders.

Chief of the Smithsonian resigns

Departure comes amid controversy over unauthorized spending on items such as private jet travel.

Lawmaker renews push to improve management training

Bill would require refreshers every three years on how to evaluate employees and develop performance expectations.

Transportation orders hold on Microsoft upgrades

Department cites cost and compatibility issues in decision to hold off on updates.

Jury still out on Democratic oversight efforts

Quality oversight can bring about meaningful changes to program performance, but oversight can also be a political tool.

CBP prepares to expand expedited import tracking

Project aims to replace a long-used paper system for processing commercial imports with electronic processing.

Merit board seeks summary judgment powers

Top official sees heavier caseload ahead with retirements, tight budgets, pay for performance and potential expansion of whistleblower rights.

NASA is shirking its educational duties, union says

Labor group asks appropriators to give space agency about $1 billion more than President Bush proposed for fiscal 2008.