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House to consider postal bill next week

Responsibility for agency's military pensions still up in the air.

OMB to review guidelines for reporting improper payments

Current instructions may lead to underreporting, lawmaker says.

Management score card sees more green

Labor becomes first department to earn top marks in every major category.

Shuttle to try for Tuesday launch

Despite tests and repairs, uncertainly continues about why a fuel gauge isn’t working.

The Fine Print of Firing

HR offices have a lot to learn about appeal rights for employees who get the ax.

FAA and air traffic controllers begin talks on union contract

Administration seeks to curb controllers’ salaries.

Subcommittee approves $82.8 billion Veterans Affairs bill

Bill includes $2 billion in emergency health care funding.

With holds on nomination lifted, Senate approves FDA chief

But one key senator says Lester Crawford "has not stepped up to the plate" to address agency's "structural, personnel, cultural, and scientific problems."

House panel chief aims to tame government

Rep. Tom Davis, R-Va., has spent the past two years focused on civil service reform, improving financial management practices and streamlining procurement processes.

Lawmakers scold IRS for moving to close assistance centers

Members ask agency to suspend closures, as mandated in House-passed appropriations bill that is pending in Senate.