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Critics argue strategy is subjective and places further strain on limited in-house appeal rights.
Lawyers will argue next week on admissibility of messages on a range of personal and business topics, from racquetball to contracting.
Lawmakers say administration’s method of paying for wars and other emergency needs makes it difficult to account for the true costs.
Managers say having employees under traditional civil service rules blended with those in more flexible systems embeds a culture of merit.
Agencies plan to announce public-private competitions for more than 25,000 positions in fiscal 2006, OMB says.
Annual evaluations by policy institute measure quality of reports rather than performance outcomes.
GAO report calls for less restriction of sensitive but unclassified data.