House plan includes a lot of add-ons for domestic priorities, and incorporates major contracting reform legislation.
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Bills reach the floor amidst a series of reports criticizing agency responses to public requests for information.
Agency reports $44.8 billion in annual benefits, mostly from new air quality limits on soot.
Letters to key Homeland Security officials ask for more detail on the budget challenges facing the Federal Protective Service.
Department will institute aspects of the reforms not ruled illegal, including those involving adverse personnel actions.
Senior military officials rate higher than their civilian counterparts on leadership, but don't score as well in management.
Move to new GSA telecom service contract will give agencies a chance to review how they manage their networks.
Initial installment will include aggregate data on the number and cost of earmarks down to the agency and account level.
Democrats add $21 billion to Bush's $103 billion request; Republicans say they will only support a “clean” bill focusing on troop support.
One bill aims to strengthen FOIA, in part by pressuring agencies to meet a 20-day deadline for responding to information requests.