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Rights groups oppose proposed biometric Social Security cards

Employers would be able to swipe the card through a machine to confirm someone's identity and immigration status.

Lawmakers question management, progress at blast injury treatment centers

Pentagon has lagged behind in creating medical centers of excellence; goals remain largely unmet.

Legislation aims to improve presidential transitions

Senators look to formalize and build on best practices from the last transfer of power.

Senator: Deficit panel could slow budget process

Republican argues commission will provide an excuse for Democrats not to pass a budget resolution; Democrats say they still will try to move the budget blueprint.

Oversight committee OKs telework and TSP bills

Federal employees are one step closer to regular telecommuting and to being allowed to put the cash value of unused leave toward their retirement.

Rep. Ike Skelton, D-Mo., introduced the bipartisan bill.

Lawmakers propose acquisition overhaul at Defense

Procurement and financial management personnel would see new rewards and consequences for performance.

Of Swans and Spoilers

To improve their Election Day prospects, Democrats would need an extraordinary game-changing event or a GOP implosion.

House lawmakers protest transfer of Guard's C-130s

Letter demands the short- and long-term goals the Air Force hopes to achieve by taking the aircraft from reserve units.

House majority leader bearish on budget passage

It's hard to get budget blueprints approved in election years, Rep. Steny Hoyer says.

Firefighters could lose jobs because of age

Dozens of Defense contract firefighters would be ineligible for their jobs under insourcing plan.