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Democratic standard-bearers pledge to slash supervisory positions, eliminate several agencies, cut contractors and freeze the federal travel budget.
Debate on 9/11 commission's recommendations for overhauling the intelligence apparatus overshadows other parts of its report.
At Senate hearing, managers of U.S. intelligence agencies urge caution in making reforms.
Moving 40 employees will save $500,000 a year.
New policy requires official notification to meet with ‘multilateral’ groups, even in this country.
Democratic nominee emphasizes his military service and pledges to implement all of the 9/11 commission's recommendations.
At this point, the list of potential top appointees is heavy with Clinton administration veterans.
At a hastily called hearing, they say 9/11 commission's push for change may cause turf battles, abuses of power.
GAO says the 1990 Chief Financial Officers Act should apply to the government's newest Cabinet department.