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IRS may seek waiver on eTravel system

Treasury inspector general questions GSA’s cost savings estimates and warns of increased user difficulties.

Federal Protective Service to offer employee buyouts

Agency also will assess how it contracts for security services for federal buildings.

New procurement chief seeks to ramp up job competitions

Paul Denett also wants internship programs, training to boost acquisition workforce.

Bush picks former highway administrator to head Transportation

Mary Peters was well-liked among lawmakers during her tenure at the Federal Highway Administration and her nomination does not appear to be contentious.

E-Gov at Five Years, Part Five: Pushing Forward

The Bush administration looks to the consolidation of back-office systems as the next step for e-government.

E-Gov at Five Years, Part Four: Mixed Results

Winning interagency support for large projects has proved challenging.

Congress may balk at DHS push to oust illegal Salvadorans

Agency may get more funds for detention centers in lieu of change in decades-old policy preventing deportation of most Salvadorans.

GSA extends deadline to sign up for ID card services

Agencies struggle with mandate to issue new smart identification cards and upgrade building and computer access systems by Oct. 27.

Reform Fantasy

Federal managers should accept reality: There ain’t gonna be no personnel reform. So says a longtime federal human resources expert.

DHS keeping close eye on rebuilding funds, official says

Reconstruction coordinator Donald Powell argues that disaster assistance law is restrictive.