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Federal employees begin receiving new ID cards

Presidential directive required agencies to distribute new high tech credentials to at least one worker by Friday.

Income limits spur drop in use of free tax filing software

Auditors say cap conflicts with e-government initiative's goal of boosting overall electronic filing.

TSA faces staffing disparities at airports

Initial administrative staffing plans "lacked coherency," leading to inconsistencies across airports, inspector general says.

Officials share strategies for complying with new financial management rules

Difficulties in meeting new requirements in an Office of Management and Budget circular may continue another two years.

Corps Reform

The Army Corps of Engineers is trying to rebuild confidence in the agency after Katrina's devastating blow.

Intelligence, homeland security agencies sharpen surveillance methods

Techniques under development include gait recognition and keystroke analyses of typing rhythms.

Overhead reached 55 percent in some Iraq contracts

Review finds long idle periods racked up charges in construction projects.

More FOIA funds, staff needed, group says

National Security Archive says recent Justice Department report on reforming Freedom of Information Act procedures fails to address resource constraints.

Report urges consolidation of financial management regulations

CFO job would be simpler if 25 separate laws and circulars were combined, the National Academy of Public Administration says.

Report cites delays in clearance appeals process at State

Inspectors find no evidence to support allegations that the department revoked clearances for nonsecurity reasons, however.