Intelligence agencies grapple with need for change, but can it be done without congressional intervention?
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So far, the results of Bush’s efforts are largely theoretical.
Former House speaker says federal government should commit 1 percent of health spending to improving health information technology.
Representatives of the IG community encourage Congress to advance a bill that provides protection against reprisals and establishes term limits.
Panel also cuts $800 million requested by the U.S. Postal Service for biohazard detection equipment.
Agencies rallied to show substantially improved performance at the three-year anniversary of President Bush’s five-part management agenda.
House subcommittee approves amendment granting in-house workers cost advantage in some job contests.
Poolside reading lists indicate that federal managers are interested in improving their organizations.
Critics question apparent leaks of critical information about tests on animals by agency employees.
Agencies can't ensure fleets are right size due to "a lack of attention to key management practices," GAO concludes.