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Funding shortfalls jeopardize Army operations, chief says

Thousands of pieces of Army equipment pile up because there’s no money for repairs.

Postal reform bill talks stall over labor costs

White House advisers pushing for a final bill requiring all labor negotiations to go through the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service.

OMB publishes online catalog of IT guidelines

Catalog consolidates cross-agency information on technology policy in one spot.

Departing DHS privacy officer says she had support from top

Maureen Cooney, a career official who held the job on an acting basis, had previously signaled she would leave government after a 20-year career.

OMB steps up data security reporting requirements

Agencies now must report suspected, as well as confirmed, incidents that put personal information at risk.

Panel agrees OMB needs official dedicated to acquisition workforce

Knotty questions on funding for training, contractor roles and commercial practices remain ahead as panel wraps up work.

Agencies strive to meet ID card deadline

Plan lacks pieces to integrate systems, details on what shared service centers for issuing cards will look like.

Panelists push fully automated security clearance processing

Delays costly to government as well as industry, Rep. Tom Davis, R-Va., says.

Lawmaker proposes panel to study employee appeals backlog

Managers’ groups support idea but unions say commission would be stacked with political appointees.