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Lawmakers decry firewall limiting DHS agency's investigations

Database on employment eligibility does not allow checks for Social Security numbers obtained through identification theft.

Managers remain hesitant about telework

Survey finds that supervisors who work away from the office themselves are more likely to embrace the practice.

IG cites problems in GSA small business contract

Two of 10 orders reviewed used subcontracts for more than 90 percent of the work, far in excess of 50 percent limit.

GAO employees move toward vote on union representation

Effort to organize analysts in watchdog agency comes after some were denied pay increases.

Bush seeks new civilian corps to aid military efforts

In State of the Union address, president also lauds work of public servants in fighting terrorism.

Deal to lure Treasury may alter pricing of telecom contracts

Agreement could be good for all agencies involved because a higher volume of users could keep prices lower.

Investigators: FBI not wrong to dismiss complaint about Foley

Justice Department inspector general attributes “misinformation” in press reports to internal misunderstandings.

GSA aims to raise mileage reimbursement in February

Rate would rise by 4 cents per mile, assuming the Office of Management and Budget OKs proposed hike.

House bill would boost power of DHS privacy chief

Language would give top privacy official subpoena power and authority to report directly to Congress.

Officials move toward year-long requests for extra war funding

Risk is that the Pentagon may be unable to produce accurate estimates of how much it will need for the longer span.