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FEMA chief wants to meet hiring goals -- and then some

On Katrina’s anniversary, agency still seeks part-time emergency workers on Gulf Coast.

Commerce expands pay-for-performance project

Miami NOAA employees join union expressly to participate in new system.

Louisiana parish creeps toward recovery

Progress has been slowed by bureaucratic procedures that would make more sense in everyday circumstances.

Army Corps takes steps to fix shortcomings exposed by Katrina

Twelve-part plan includes a stronger focus on risk analysis and communication with the public.

Rule would require acquisition officials to plan for Internet upgrade

Proposed regulatory change backs up an OMB requirement that IT procurements incorporate products ready for the next-generation Internet.

OMB releases update on audit requirements

Changes include new requirements for reporting revisions to prior-year audits.

Education data breach puts 21,000 student loan borrowers at risk

Incident occurred while a contractor was installing software upgrades on the Web site.

Lawmaker asks GAO to probe rail security

Ranking Democrat on the House Homeland Security Committee says TSA is diverting too much funding to airport security.

Judge skeptical of argument for new trial in Safavian case

Decision to admit e-mail evidence was “close,” judge says.

Opportunities Abound

New administrator, Lurita Doan, brings energy and a small business perspective to the General Services Administration.