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TSA plan to charge port workers for ID cards draws fire

Plan to gather as much as $118 million from workers may be challenged in public hearings.

Lawmakers deny DHS extra funding for personnel system

Unions ask Congress to strip funding completely in an effort to halt human resources overhaul.

Legislative provision would benefit Postal Service competitors

Provision is in House version of postal reform bill; White House has threatened veto over language on veterans' pensions in both the House- and Senate-passed versions.

GOP to put caps on individual spending bills

Approach has been used only four times in the history of the 1974 Budget Act, most recently in 1996.

Boeing may pay $615 million to close federal contracting investigations

Darleen Druyun investigation among those that would be ended; senior execs at company would avoid prosecution.

Pentagon to track sexual assault responses

Victims will have option of keeping information confidential, and system will not track medical information.

Report recommends better management of contracting technical staff

Agencies should formally delegate responsibilities to technical side of contracting teams, enhance training, MSPB says.

Defense agency unsure when clearance processing will resume

As applications remain stalled, the need for already-cleared workers swells.

House GOP again forced to delay vote on the fiscal 2007 budget

Negotiations will continue through the weekend but window of opportunity is closing.

Plans for telework during disasters found to be lacking

Lawmaker introduces bill that would mandate a 10-day telework demonstration project.