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Bush issues call to slash spending, create TSP-like retirement system

In State of the Union message, president pledges to eliminate 150 poor-performing programs.

Demand for security, law enforcement workers to increase

Workforce survey also shows agencies will need more employees in the fields of medicine, engineering, science and business.

Agencies struggle to reduce improper payments

Latest numbers show benefits programs dish out too much money.

ICE tightens oversight of air marshals

Supporters say special advisory board is needed to address issues that FAMS director has been unable to resolve.

GSA chief orders reorganization of technology, supply units

Internal task forces to come up with plan to overhaul Federal Technology Service and Federal Supply Service by July.

Telework participation still lags behind interest

More than half of workers eligible, just 36 percent given the option to work away from the office, says report from tech distributor.

House chairman to propose appropriations overhaul

The move, which is designed to speed the process of approving spending bills, could eliminate three subcommittees.

Congress not in loop on administration's reform plans

White House officials haven't briefed members of Congress yet on proposals to overhaul congressional oversight of agencies.

Employee relocation costs estimated at more than $4 billion

OMB budget data request reveals that the armed services spent $3.4 billion on relocations in fiscal 2003.

Former FBI officials decry bureau management

Whistleblowers say bureau is plagued with mismanagement that hampers national security and counterterrorism investigations.