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New GSA chief promises ‘actions, not words’

Lurita Doan pledges to get prospective contractors listed on schedules within 30 days.

Bill returning FAA to bargaining table faces veto threat

Vote on legislation requiring negotiations with union expected Wednesday; agency already has implemented contract.

OPM pushes nontraditional career patterns

Eventually, agencies will be graded on whether they make unconventional work arrangements available to employees.

Forward Observer: Enron on the Potomac

The Pentagon’s accounting practices are unlikely to improve until a panel of outside financial experts is appointed to help.

Border agency weighs options to handle surge in detainees

U.S. Customs and Border Protection mulls setting up "detention barges" at sea.

Records on active-duty military included in stolen VA data

The personal information of up to 50,000 National Guard, Reserve and Navy personnel could be at risk.

Agencies test new performance management systems

Bush administration attempts to keep up momentum on pay-for-performance movement.

Bid to close Missouri mapping center draws opposition

House panel passes language thwarting U.S. Geological Survey consolidation plan; member will attempt to undo provision in conference.

Safavian: Advice to Abramoff did not cross line

Former GSA official says he never questioned trip costs, blames government ethics learning curve for some actions.

Lawmakers assail DHS personnel, grants practices

Members of House committee ask Chertoff how the department would handle decreased appropriations for its personnel reforms.