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Protective service finalizes report on finances, but misses deadline

Lawmakers had asked for a description of how a budget shortfall developed at the Homeland Security division.

Acquisition managers: We're overwhelmed with oversight

Growing scrutiny of contracting work could stifle innovation, according to industry group.

Forest Service moves hundreds of human resources jobs to New Mexico

Latest business consolidation slated to save the agency $22 million a year, but will cost some employees their jobs.

OMB: Management agenda will outlast Bush administration

Initiatives to address basic challenges for government will last, in some form, even without legislation, officials say.

Senate faces long post-election to-do list

Remaining work includes includes finishing nearly a half-trillion dollars worth of fiscal 2007 appropriations bills.

Defense begins issuing new identification cards

Upgrades to make cards compliant with presidential mandate are expected to boost efficiency, protect privacy and guard against identity theft.

Report: Improve measures to assess building security centers

The Federal Protective Service should find better ways to evaluate dispatch centers, such as tracking the time to respond to alarms, GAO says.

Chain Reaction

Systems thinking gets planners to consider the downstream effects of decisions.

GSA changes strategy for identification card contracts

In an attempt to achieve more competitive pricing, GSA opens up its contract for end-to-end card services to its schedules program.

Outsourcing of tax debt collection may not pay off in short term

IRS projections show costs may outpace collections; GAO urges accounting changes to reflect contractor fees.