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New top White House aide hints at shakeup

Joshua Bolten, who took over Friday, told staff members planning to resign by the end of the year anyway to leave soon.

FEMA employees laud suggestions for improved disaster response

Lack of coordination at agency blamed in IG report for post-Katrina lapses.

National Institutes of Health feels budget squeeze

Advocates say that NIH's purchasing power has fallen by roughly 10 percent since 2003.

Agencies struggle to get a handle on illegal immigrants

More than 100,000 of the illegal aliens caught by the government last year slipped away.

White House working to better coordinate ocean research

More than 20 agencies and 140 federal laws rule the oceans, coasts and Great Lakes.

IRS finds 1,400 employees unfairly passed over for promotions

Labor authority orders agency to give affected employees priority consideration for future promotions.

OMB: New 2005 regulations brought tens of billions in benefits

Analysts say EPA rules brought the most in both costs and benefits over the past decade.

Ex-FEMA chief endorses Bush nominee

James Lee Witt, director in the Clinton administration, remains concerned about agency’s future within DHS.

Agencies design state-of-the-art building for weather and climate prediction

Green features and technology readiness aimed at advancing mission and attracting top talent.

Accounting change could spur postal reform effort

Under proposed rule, Postal Service would report a projected $60 billion for retiree health benefits, according to head of group representing direct mailers.