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Auditors detail flaws in VA budget process

Department should better justify savings projections, fully comply with congressional reporting requirements, investigators find.

Merit board rejects appeal of ex-Park Police chief’s firing

Despite loss, Teresa Chambers and her attorneys welcome chance to take case to federal court.

Senate panel passes FOIA request bill

Among other things, measure calls for stricter enforcement of 20-day deadline for providing some kind of response to requests.

Committee leader cancels vote on contentious EPA nominee

Critics question nominee’s efforts to exempt the military from environmental regulations, and involvement with anti-regulatory groups.

OMB publishes high-risk list for IT despite misgivings

List is intended to raise the visibility of crucial information technology projects.

GSA set to implement merger of acquisition offices

Official says agency has dropped unpopular Get It Right program, which was aimed at curbing contracting abuses.

DHS reveals details of Boeing border security contract

Officials deny reports of multibillion-dollar deal, saying they have no long-term commitment to a particular contractor.

Hispanic underrepresentation not government’s fault, GAO finds

Citizenship, education requirements for federal jobs found to contribute to lower representation.

One Small Step for Managers

Little fixes can make a big difference in public satisfaction with government services.

NIH bill would establish electronic research tracking system

New “common fund” would target studies cutting across institutes.