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Reported drop in free tax e-filings revives criticisms

Though participation in program is decreasing, the IRS reports that complaints are down to one per every 2,193 returns.

Intelligence agency employees praise 'performance culture'

But survey shows intelligence community is “still not good enough” in dealing with poor performers.

Bush sidesteps Congress to appoint labor relations, regulatory nominees

Recess appointment brings a Democrat to three-person board adjudicating disputes between unions and agencies.

GSA organization, labor unions resolve differences

Union members at new Federal Acquisition Service will be protected in terms of transfers, evaluations and position descriptions; training also included.

Diplomatic, intelligence agencies win praise for recruiting

In a speech at the Excellence in Government conference, Deputy Secretary of State John Negroponte expresses optimism about the future leadership of security agencies.

The Success of Failure

There’s a reason people keep making the same mistakes.

Backlog of requests for public information growing

Median response times at agencies range from less than 10 days to more than 100, auditors find.

OMB readies new guidance on measuring job competition savings

Agency official says public-private competitions in 2006 are expected to generate $800 million in savings over five years.

Intelligence chief pushes security clearance reform

Adopting private sector methods could save the government time and money, National Intelligence Director Mike McConnell says at Excellence in Government conference.

Senators push for IRS to expand free online tax filing

About 70 percent of taxpayers already can file electronically for free; figure is called too low.