Annual appropriations measure again includes prohibition against private firms gaining cost advantage by offering reduced health benefits.
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Corporate executives might have a lot to learn from government leaders.
Homeland Security IG’s review of contract to hire screeners has been nearly complete for months.
Training will focus on teaching supervisors creative ways to evaluate and negotiate with employees.
New contract worth $512 million over seven years seeks to draw on experience of big corporate players.
Success in reaching 2005 goals uneven, with cybersecurity one area that is lagging.
Congress should establish independent means for Office of Special Counsel employees to lodge allegations of improprieties by top agency officials, report argues.
Reforms will cut bureaucratic red tape, bolster logistics systems, Michael Chertoff says.
In ongoing tussle, labor leader challenges acceptance of “time and materials” bids in public-private contest.
Agency plans to train 500 employees a year to work away from the office.