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OPM clarifies policies affecting teleworkers’ pay

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

Military seeks extra funding to cover shortages for base closures

Absent additions to spending measure, services could face a $4 billion shortfall for base closures and realignments approved in 2005.

Union blasts final TSA rule on port ID cards

Workers may be required to purchase cards before equipment is ready to read them.

Social Security employees face $3.8 million in work-related fines

Union officials call allegations against four employees “absurd,” arguing they were acting in the line of duty.

New appropriations leaders aim to finish fiscal 2008 bills on time

Panel chairs agree on a lineup of 12 subcommittees that matches up cleanly in both chambers.

Help Wanted: Boring Jobs

Human resources offices need to spice up their vacancy postings.

House appropriators to gain two subcommittees

Treasury Department, Postal Service, GSA, OPM and other general government agencies will move under new Financial Services subpanel.

Defense IG finds major flaws in contracts issued via Treasury

Lack of competition, market research among gaps found in task orders issued using Treasury’s FedSource program.

Bush wants earmarks cut in half for fiscal 2008

The use of earmarks has grown significantly during the past decade.

DHS urged to step up oversight of cash advances on grants

Proper monitoring would help ensure that appropriate interest is paid, GAO says.