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New initiatives at Labor Department lead to high scores

Finance chief envisions “something totally different,” and implements a new financial management system.

Government needs a new management style, scholars say

Networking with contractors and other agencies should be a priority of leaders.

I Spy Mismanagement

The CIA's current turmoil is a predictable byproduct of woefully inadequate management and poor communication, say intelligence experts and management gurus.

Bush orders CIA, FBI to boost hiring

The CIA must increase employment in key positions by 50 percent, while the FBI must create a specialized intelligence workforce.

Omnibus spending measure provides little wiggle room for agencies

The package of appropriations bills amounts to a freeze in domestic discretionary spending.

Postal Service, mailing industry hope for overhaul by spring

Postal officials say if Congress doesn't move quickly, a hefty rate hike will be needed.

Postal officials immune from anthrax lawsuit, judge rules

Judge says employee allegations “shock the conscience,” but top postal officials do not bear civil liability.

Amtrak headed toward failure, says inspector general

Lack of investment has caused delays and deterioration of rail system.

White House reaches agreement to free up nominations

Incoming Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., had held up 172 Bush nominees in an effort to get his top science adviser a seat on the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.