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Teamsters seek rail security focus

Government and the private sector should collaborate to add more security personnel, officials say.

High-ranking GSA acquisition official to retire

Departure of G. Martin Wagner marks second time in recent months that a senior GSA official involved in e-gov efforts has announced plans to leave.

Tax season begins with policy changes, e-filing push

Taxpayers who wish to file electronically can do so through authorized tax preparers, over-the-counter software and the Free File program.

House Dems unveil sweeping post-9/11 security measure

Bill would increase risk-based grant allocations and step up cargo screening; would not reform congressional oversight of DHS.

Panel leaders sign pact to share oversight of FEMA, Coast Guard

Chairmen of the House Transportation and Homeland Security committees in the last session of Congress disagreed on FEMA overhaul.

Bush taps former NSA chief as intelligence director

Nominee pledges further information sharing among agencies; Bush urges swift confirmation.

GSA to manage contracts for consolidating personnel systems

The Office of Personnel Management will retain control over the much of the program, including requirements for service providers.

Watchdog group urges Congress to attack contractor misconduct

Greater transparency, conflicts of interest also on advocates’ wish list.

NASA workers fight layoffs, seek spaceship aid

Agency had planned to cut up to 2,673 employees by the end of fiscal 2006, but senators proposed a moratorium on layoffs.

OPM clarifies policies affecting teleworkers’ pay

Requirement that employees report to their official work site at least once a week has caused frustration.