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Report: Waiving wage law may not curb Katrina reconstruction costs

President Bush has proposed suspending law which requires federal contractors to pay a prevailing union wage.

Senate panel to question proposal for Farm Service closures

Nearly one-third of county offices slated to close.

Pentagon personnel reforms on the brink of completion

Labor relations rules scheduled to be in place in less than three months.

GSA names new public buildings chief

Washington lawyer David L. Winstead will take over as commissioner of Public Buildings Service.

Auditors criticize Army Corps’ 'just-in-time' financial strategy

Report comes as the Corps experiences a surge in projects related to reconstruction in the aftermath of hurricanes Katrina and Rita.

Agency decides pay banding is not the answer

Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight switches from system with seven broad pay bands to more traditional structure with 18 pay grades.

MSPB: Supervisors don’t fire poor performers in probationary period

A third of new employees are not told about probationary period.

Top civil servants honored with Service to America Medals

Fourth annual awards ceremony honors high-flying feds.

Congress votes to keep agencies open in new fiscal year

Most departments and agencies will be funded at frozen or reduced levels until Nov. 18.

Impossible Goals

Despite the odds against closing the books in 45 days, financial managers hit the mark.