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DHS to move ahead with parts of personnel overhaul

Department will institute aspects of the reforms not ruled illegal, including those involving adverse personnel actions.

Study highlights differences between military, civilian leaders

Senior military officials rate higher than their civilian counterparts on leadership, but don't score as well in management.

OMB official: Large agencies better suited as Internet hosts

Move to new GSA telecom service contract will give agencies a chance to review how they manage their networks.

Earmarks data now set to go online in phases

Initial installment will include aggregate data on the number and cost of earmarks down to the agency and account level.

Bill to boost war spending has something for everyone

Democrats add $21 billion to Bush's $103 billion request; Republicans say they will only support a “clean” bill focusing on troop support.

House panel approves open government measures

One bill aims to strengthen FOIA, in part by pressuring agencies to meet a 20-day deadline for responding to information requests.

Census Bureau exposes personal data on public Web site

Agency has taken “appropriate administrative action” against the employees involved, pending the results of an investigation.

Rule broadens DHS post-employment lobbying limits

Senior officials will be prohibited from lobbying anywhere in the department for 12 months after they leave.

Panelists suggest focus on job performance first, pay later

Compensation may not be the strongest motivation for doing good work, observers say.

As FAA seeks to add controllers, union pleads for contract

Lawmakers don’t commit to taking action, but pledge more hearings.