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Red Tape or Redemption

The PIP should be a last chance -- not a parting shot -- before workers get fired.

Management directorate left intact under DHS overhaul plans

Undersecretary for Management Janet Hale will keep her position.

Balky fuel system shuts down shuttle

NASA’s effort to return to space postponed as unexplained malfunction delays launch.

Senators to take up proposal to nix GSA's eTravel system

Small business travel agencies push key members of Congress to block GSA's program.

GSA solicits ideas for improving purchase card program

A request for information from GSA, the administrator of the SmartPay program, asks for ways to make it better.

OMB, lawmakers spar over bid to overhaul civil service

Legislators reluctant to expand personnel reforms to entire federal workforce before seeing results at the Defense and Homeland Security departments.

EEOC gets green light for reorganization

Sole dissenting commissioner argues that the savings in the new plan are minimal.

Deadly Sins

Defense and Homeland Security are creating a list of mandatory firing offenses, and unions are worried.

Senior executives share management lessons gained in Iraq

One civil servant donned Kevlar in effort to recover more than $3 billion of Iraqi money.

Legislation would protect employees from sexual orientation discrimination

Proposed law would add discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation to the list of prohibited personnel practices.