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Union representatives seek more input in workplace issues

Federal managers must step up pre-decisional involvement processes, administration officials say.

Amtrak e-mail misuse alleged in IG scandal

Amtrak’s independent investigative officer is asking the Postal Service to look into the matter.

From Nextgov.com: Transportation tackles distracted-driving problem using videos

Agency unveils two new messages on its ‘rampage’ to end deadly practice that has been rising in age of mobile technology.

Firms gearing up final pitches for Air Force tanker contract

Deal for 179 wide-body planes has been valued as high as $40 billion, making it a significant prize for rivals Boeing and EADS North America.

House Democrats want panel overseeing intelligence spending reinstated

Democrats argue it would help ensure taxpayer dollars are being spent wisely, while Republicans counter that it would be redundant.

GAO: Army contractors performing inherently governmental functions

Review shows private workers in thousands of jobs designated for federal employees.

Interior announces new structure for regulating deepwater drilling

Third reorganization in response to BP oil spill aimed at fixing a bureau long torn by resource development, environmental safety and revenue collecting.

Dialing It Down

GOP leaders’ reaction to the Tucson rampage could make it harder for Democrats to portray Republicans as radicals.

House speaker warns Obama on spending

The president and other Democrats have been on a ‘job-destroying spending spree’ and must start cutting up their credit cards, Boehner says.

GOP moves to cut spending to 2008 levels

Proposed measure would give Budget Committee chair unprecedented power to set spending levels.

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