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NASA chief resigns

Agency still recovering from 2003 Columbia disaster.

Medicare help line needs improvement, GAO finds

Audit shows that fewer than two-thirds of callers got complete and accurate answers.

CIA operative sues agency

Agent claims he was pressured to falsify prewar Iraq WMD reporting.

Bush to call for public-private transportation partnerships

Transporation Secretary Norman Mineta said such partnerships can save time and can cut construction costs by up to 40 percent.

Minor Adjustments

Often, the best outcome is incremental improvement, not the kind of jump in management effectiveness that agencies need.

Agencies get financial reports out more quickly, but quality dips

Fewer agencies received clean audits for fiscal 2004; some say they needed more time.

Order severing Interior Web connections in error, court rules

Appeals court strikes down judge's order to cut Interior's Internet connection because of deficient IT security.

Former commander calls for new military-civilian planning organization

Problems in Iraq were realized years ago, but government did not force interagency planning, says retired Marine general.

U.S. diplomats will have to serve in dangerous posts

New State Department policies implemented in wake of 9/11 will require demanding service for professional advancement.

HHS chief fuels speculation ex-House Speaker Gingrich will succeed him

Newt Gingrich might be interested in running HHS, according to outgoing Secretary Tommy Thompson.