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Merit board seeks summary judgment powers

Top official sees heavier caseload ahead with retirements, tight budgets, pay for performance and potential expansion of whistleblower rights.

NASA is shirking its educational duties, union says

Labor group asks appropriators to give space agency about $1 billion more than President Bush proposed for fiscal 2008.

Lawmaker asks IRS to suspend hiring debt collection contractors

Leader of Ways and Means panel notes IRS opted against renewing one of three contracts it awarded last year.

Ex-Interior official pleads guilty for obstruction of justice

Under agreement, prosecutors will propose a maximum 10-month sentence for former No. 2 official at the department.

DHS privacy czar seeks additional investigators

Office also wants to hire more employees to handle FOIA requests.

Reconstruction IG urges interagency coordination

Lessons learned report urges better integration of Defense, State and U.S. Agency for International Development, and supports creation of civilian reserve corps.

GSA chief says huge telecom contract to be awarded soon

Lurita Doan says announcement of multi-billion-dollar Networx award will come in "next few days."

Lawmakers unveil bill to establish public service academy

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

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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.