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EEOC office move is part of effort to control costs

Employees voice concerns about safety and a lack of amenities in the proposed area.

Ex-Justice official recounts high marks for fired attorneys

Official denies playing any role in the dismissals or knowing why the attorneys were fired.

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Don’t forget to pat yourself on the back sometimes.

Oversight panel sets sights on management at FDA

Committee to focus in part on budget cuts; three former commissioners agree resources are a major problem.

Agencies' responses to data breaches vary

Government should develop guidelines to help agencies decide when to offer services such as credit monitoring after an incident, GAO says.

Senator removes hold on nominee to lead Army Corps

Nominee now likely to be confirmed in a “matter of days;” hold was placed to protest mismanagement of New Orleans levees.

House members gear up for 2008 appropriations process

Defense bill likely to move last, making it the one that will push discretionary spending over President Bush’s limit.

OPM pledges to help speed hiring of Social Security judges

New list of eligible hires would help SSA address record disability appeals backlog.

Lawmakers skeptical of planned Federal Protective Service cuts

DHS official argues loss of 249 police officers would not hurt building security.

Agencies’ grades fall on e-gov section of OMB score card

Overall, ratings for management effectiveness are on the rise.