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OMB readies new guidance on measuring job competition savings

Agency official says public-private competitions in 2006 are expected to generate $800 million in savings over five years.

Intelligence chief pushes security clearance reform

Adopting private sector methods could save the government time and money, National Intelligence Director Mike McConnell says at Excellence in Government conference.

Senators push for IRS to expand free online tax filing

About 70 percent of taxpayers already can file electronically for free; figure is called too low.

Labor, Transportation, VA win kudos for performance reports

Officials discuss possibility of requiring agencies to include more performance information in budget justification documents.

NASA urged to align internal, external workforces

Agency generally rates well on employee satisfaction, despite its heavy reliance on contractors.

Senator places hold on nominee to lead Army Corps

Hold was placed to protest mismanagement of New Orleans levee system, rather than question the nominee’s qualifications.

New telework bill introduced in Senate

Federal employees automatically would be eligible to work away from the office if the measure makes it into law.

Experts divided on GSA chief’s potential Hatch Act violations

Determination could hinge on details of what was said at a Jan. 26 meeting and the intent of the meeting.

Audit finds few problems with IRS outsourcing program

Lawmakers push to cancel program; updated program revenues might not be available before more contracts are signed.

Panel may hold hearings on emergency wireless project

Agencies are reconsidering the viability of program to provide a communications network for first responders.