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Senators reintroduce Amtrak funding legislation

The House blocked a similar bill in 2005, but supporters say the measure has a better chance of passage with Democrats in control.

Defense reluctant to share data on Iraqi troop readiness

GAO chief says the information would help lawmakers engage in constructive oversight.

Lawmakers call on TSA to step up inspections of private planes

A larger staff may be necessary to oversee general aviation, which accounts for three-quarters of U.S. flights.

GSA launches effort to streamline contracting process

Multiple Award Schedule Express Program seeks to cut time it takes companies to get on lists of approved contractors.

Employees report more respect for managers than senior leaders

Most respondents to governmentwide survey said they like their jobs and think their work is important; results are largely unchanged from two years ago.

GSA awards contract for system to gather travel data

Details on more than $15 billion in annual travel-related spending will be used to report on trends.

Lineup on House government oversight subcommittees finalized

Illinois member will lead the panel focusing on the federal workforce and New York representative will head management and procurement panel.

GSA to award new contract for ID card services

Agency officials expect to make an award to one company sometime this spring.

Research group finds flaws in proposed risk analysis guidelines

Administration agrees not to implement proposal; renominates controversial pick to head regulatory office.

Energy plan could free up $14 billion over a decade

Package aims to help the government recoup lost royalties on leases written by Interior Department officials, for a net gain of $6.3 billion.