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Nearly one-third of Farm Service Agency offices targeted for closure

Last week, Senate amended Agriculture appropriations bill to restrict USDA's authority to close county offices.

Senate panel approves special IG to audit Katrina spending

Special inspector general overseeing reconstruction efforts in Iraq also would audit billions in funding for hurricane relief.

FEMA spending slows, agency cites delays in billings

FEMA is still spending about $300 million per day, and funneling billions of dollars to other agencies.

Coast Guard official fills leadership void in Katrina relief effort

Vice Adm. Thad Allen seeks to cut red tape, reassure local officials.

GAO: Agencies lack day-to-day financial management tools

Report finds that while audits are solid, their underlying accounting systems are insufficient.

Three government leaders honored for innovations

Health care, counterintelligence and information technology innovators garner awards.

Balanced score card tool gains in popularity at civilian agencies

Management technique helps agencies achieve individual goals and meet Bush adminstration targets, creator says.

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Acquisition chiefs are in the market for a quality workforce.

Defense lags in SES pay-for-performance certification

Pentagon pushing ahead with plans to put all employees in a performance-based system.

Homeland Security IG sets up Katrina oversight office

Weather Service official detailed to audit federal relief spending.