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Intelligence director’s refusal to cooperate with GAO irks lawmakers

GAO report calls for less restriction of sensitive but unclassified data.

White House staff changes continue

Press secretary announces his resignation and Karl Rove gives up some of his responsibilities.

Pentagon files appeal of ruling blocking labor relations reforms

Department also releases online calculator for employees to determine paybands under new personnel system.

Bush pick for federal procurement chief praised

If confirmed, Paul Denett, a veteran contracting official, would fill a position vacant since September.

Trade official nominated to be next OMB director

Bush urges Senate to move quickly to confirm Rob Portman as a replacement for Joshua Bolten.

Acting FEMA chief backs suggestions for improved disaster response

R. David Paulison says, however, that fixes will take several years.

Natural resources programs hit hard in push for fiscal austerity

Programs funded by the Interior-EPA spending bill are facing cuts for the second year in a row.

Employees accuse FEMA of racial bias in personnel decisions

NAACP is investigating several claims that blacks were overlooked for promotions and is considering a lawsuit.

Report: States need better guidance on improper payments

Better information flow would improve payment accuracy in state-administered programs, GAO says.

New top White House aide hints at shakeup

Joshua Bolten, who took over Friday, told staff members planning to resign by the end of the year anyway to leave soon.