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GSA officials aim to have reorganization nearly complete by fall

Employees should know where they stand by September, agency’s chief acquisition officer says.

Pentagon scales back, delays first installment of NSPS

Initial group scheduled to enter the personnel system is cut by 54,000 employees and start date is pushed back by four months.

Bureaucracy hinders 9/11 commission recommendations

Congressional resistance and lack of funding also slow implementation of panel's recommended reforms.

Key telework supporter promises continued advocacy

Virginia lawmaker says he’ll keep promoting the work arrangement regardless of his future committee assignments.

TSA awards contract to keep technology services program going

Sole-source contract, worth up to $750 million, goes to Unisys Corp.

Report: Tax code complexity places heavy burden on IRS

Taxpayer advocate urges simplification to ease service, enforcement demands.

DHS bureau gets first permanent chief financial officer

Move indicates commitment to overcoming fiscal problems that have plagued Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

More federal technology work expected to go private

Report predicts that the growing deficit and tightened spending will drive IT outsourcing as a way to save money.

Swarming Information

To net terrorists, abandon bureaucracy.

Coast Guard modernization program could move faster, contractor says

Acceleration of the 25-year Deepwater project depends on funding, executive notes.