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GOP leaders aim to finish as many spending bills as possible

Emerging option would be to pass up to three more bills, with each becoming the vehicle for two others.

Money matters, leadership elections filling lawmakers' plates

Leaders from both parties have agreed to at least try to finish fiscal 2007 spending bills in lame duck session.

IT security measure may founder in lame-duck Senate

Veterans Affairs’ move to consolidate technology operations addresses much of what was in the bill, Senate spokesman says.

Senators question nominee for chief regulatory post

Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, says nominee must distinguish between academic, executive branch roles.

Report: Exposure to weather wrecked FEMA housing units

Agency advised to clarify what situations require the purchase of modular homes and ensure the units are properly packaged and stored.

Agencies see green in final 2006 management grades

E-government scores see the most change; ratings remain steady in the financial and human capital management areas.

Private sector grows skeptical of IT consolidation efforts

Poor planning and a lack of execution could doom the Office of Management and Budget’s information technology streamlining projects, industry officials say.

Officials expect congressional oversight of IT to increase

Observers don’t, however, expect drastic changes in government information technology policy.

DHS preparedness chief aims to recruit career managers

Incoming leader of the House Homeland Security Committee emphasizes the need to improve retention at the department.

Report shows little progress reducing case backlog at OSC

Whistleblower cases referred for investigation jumped in fiscal 2005; advocates say increase doesn’t make up for lost ground.