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EEOC moves its Washington field office, saves rent

Moving 40 employees will save $500,000 a year.

HHS monitors scientists’ meetings with international groups

New policy requires official notification to meet with ‘multilateral’ groups, even in this country.

Kerry backs military, intelligence overhaul in convention speech

Democratic nominee emphasizes his military service and pledges to implement all of the 9/11 commission's recommendations.

First outlines of potential Kerry Cabinet begin to take shape

At this point, the list of potential top appointees is heavy with Clinton administration veterans.

Senators express concerns about intelligence reorganization

At a hastily called hearing, they say 9/11 commission's push for change may cause turf battles, abuses of power.

Congress urged to hold DHS to financial accountability law

GAO says the 1990 Chief Financial Officers Act should apply to the government's newest Cabinet department.

9/11 commission sets precedent for executive privilege challenges

Major legal hurdle centered on getting access to presidential daily briefings.

Be a Micromanager

Tell employees what you expect of them, monitor their performance, provide feedback and reward or admonish them.

Child support enforcement official shares program management advice

Agree on measurable goals and promote incentives, suggests HHS office commissioner.

Ridge praises public service, offers advice

Secretary says creation of Homeland Security Department required strong leadership and keeping employees informed.