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Defense Department urged to appoint chief manager

Fixing financial systems requires thorough overhaul of department’s management structure, GAO argues.

Kerry’s running mate choice sends mixed message to bureaucracy

As a presidential candidate, John Edwards had pledged to cut federal jobs but boost homeland security forces.

Health advocates request more resources for West Nile fight

Several public health experts ask the federal government to gear up for a tough battle against the spreading virus.

The Challenger: What would Kerry do?

In the first of a two-part series on the presidential contenders, we try to find a management reform agenda in John Kerry's campaign proposals.

Losing Their Religion

For some people, using religious comp days to play golf can be a leap of faith.

Senators urge funding to hire air traffic controllers

New employees must be trained before impending wave of retirements, they argue.

Waste Watchers

Federal employees are well-situated to identify red tape.

Top Navy officials say security will not be compromised in new network

Senior Navy officials said this week that network security in the Navy Marine Corps Intranet will not be weakened to increase the speed of the program's rollout.

Panel to review federal relocation policies

New panel will make recommendations for more efficient employee transfers.

Panel offers tips on securing effective financial systems

Consultants recommend that agencies avoid getting bogged down in details when installing new financial systems.