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Senate panel approves Bush pick for Interior secretary

Louisiana senator votes "present" to protest administration’s refusal to share offshore oil and gas royalties with Gulf Coast states.

House GOP leaders seek action on budget resolution

Vote on blueprint could come as early as Thursday; measure would set $873 billion cap on fiscal 2007 discretionary spending.

Managers get advice on meeting new financial reporting requirement

IT and risk analysis are tools for CFO Act agencies facing June 30 deadline on internal control assurances.

House panel signals opposition to dismantling FEMA

A Senate committee recently recommended completely overhauling the agency and giving it a new name.

Debate over admissibility of Safavian-Abramoff e-mails begins

Parties also discuss selection of jurors for trial of ex-GSA chief of staff David Safavian.

Senators to seek limited verification of immigrant status

Industry groups and immigrant advocates are supporting Senate proposal over requirements in House border security bill.

Hurricane drills catch local officials by surprise

Emergency response officials in Georgia say they were kept out of loop for preparedness exercises to be undertaken this month.

House spending allocations clash with White House priorities

Foreign aid would see the steepest percentage cut from Bush's request, but would still get an increase over last year.

Agencies' e-gov grades slump

Quarterly score card shows falling marks due to agencies’ inability to shift funds to key programs, administration says.

Powell recalls State Department tech transformation

While he was Secretary of State, department replaced archaic with new machines and high-speed Internet access.