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Library of Congress undergoing workforce transformation

Nearly 200 employees take advantage of a voluntary incentive to retire early, as library prepares to digitally preserve its collection.

IRS to beef up monitoring of employee e-mails

Nearly three quarters of mailboxes reviewed contained inappropriate messages.

Legislator pushes public-private partnership for bomb detection tech

Machines sampling vapors for traces of explosives could find liquid devices, private sector experts say.

VA aims to encrypt laptops within a month

Department awards a $3.7 million contract to encrypt about 300,000 computer devices.

Agencies tailor use of management fellowship program

Chief human capital officers partner with program’s administrators to identify critical needs.

DHS will not seek full appeals court review of labor decision

Department is still weighing whether to ask the Supreme Court to overturn decision rejecting key elements of its new personnel system.

Arbitrator to weigh charge that CBP unfairly denied bonuses

Immigration employees say they have been prevented from taking language proficiency test that could have earned them extra money.

Investigators sought former Head Start chief’s prosecution

Ex-official accused of misusing grant money while overseeing a Head Start program in Texas; U.S. attorney’s office declined to prosecute.

DHS agencies quick to react to new terror threat

Airport security becomes a multiagency task; TSA implements new rules prohibiting most liquids in carry-on luggage.

Competition levels in interagency contracting are murky

Advisory group says OMB should consider adding detail to contracting database.