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Lawmakers unveil bill to establish public service academy

Measure would help attract young people into government as agencies face retirement wave, sponsors say.

Further Complications

Poor management can make a difficult software project impossible.

Defense agency, GSA weigh adopting Treasury contract shop

Agency is aiming to give FedSource a new home by Sept. 30; customers could face service disruptions.

GAO seeks money, staff to expand oversight role

Comptroller general also urges greater transparency in government financial and budget reporting.

GSA moves to consolidate IT infrastructure

Changes could save the agency $15 million, but may make administrators’ jobs more complex.

Long-awaited women’s contracting program may launch soon

Implementation has been slow because SBA wants to make sure guidelines are legally sound, agency official says.

GSA sees exodus of top officials

Departures of Senior Executive Service members higher than normal in first few months of 2007.

DHS still faces hurdles tracking visitor exits by land

Agency still years away from being fully able to verify departures, panelists tell lawmakers.

Pentagon adds 35,000 employees to new personnel system

Latest installment will bring the total number of civilians working under the performance-based pay system to 113,000.

OMB sets security standards for Windows computers

Requirements are intended to reduce vulnerabilities and save time and money, but observers caution they aren’t a cure-all.