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New telework bill introduced in Senate

Federal employees automatically would be eligible to work away from the office if the measure makes it into law.

Experts divided on GSA chief’s potential Hatch Act violations

Determination could hinge on details of what was said at a Jan. 26 meeting and the intent of the meeting.

Audit finds few problems with IRS outsourcing program

Lawmakers push to cancel program; updated program revenues might not be available before more contracts are signed.

Panel may hold hearings on emergency wireless project

Agencies are reconsidering the viability of program to provide a communications network for first responders.

Dems expand probe of political presentations at agencies

House oversight committee chairman wants details on White House policies, list of briefings.

Interior seeks to settle Indian trust fund disputes for $7 billion

Litigants say proposal is unacceptable, object to the bundling of a class action suit with tribal cases.

Divided House approves $2.9 trillion spending blueprint

Members reject GOP alternative calling for $279 billion in spending cuts over five years and a freeze in nondefense discretionary spending.

Senate panel moves bill creating reconstruction reserve corps

Corps would be made up of 250 active-duty personnel and 2,000 standby personnel, with most employees coming from the State Department and USAID.

Sticking Around

Retirement surge and empty pipeline fears mostly are unfounded.

Lawmakers urge EPA inspector to hold off on staff cuts

Several House members say the move, prompted by projected budget reductions, is premature.