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HHS says grassroots efforts to fight Medicare fraud have paid off

Department claims that a volunteer program aimed at educating seniors about Medicare and Medicaid so far has saved the government $100 million.

From Nextgov.com: Upcoming migration to Windows 7 could be a headache for most agencies

Federal IT shops that still use Windows XP will be required to save data and settings before making the switch , or be forced to buy technical support from Microsoft.

Pentagon Web site redesigned to appeal to younger audience

Makeover highlights social media tools, aims to draw in more 18 to 24 year olds.

The Education Department’s Student Mentoring Program is on the chopping block.

Appropriators, Obama agree on program terminations

Lawmakers plan to ax 11 of 48 discretionary, nonmilitary programs targeted for elimination by the president.

Army readies draft of modernization plan

The service is on track to complete by Labor Day a proposal for updating its fighting forces.

Funding fight sparks debate on Peace Corps' future

Organization's size, scope and mission are at heart of discussion.

CBO: Federal Executive Boards would need more money under legislative proposal

Senate bill would replace current funding stream of voluntary contributions from participating agencies with an annual budget.

Customs reauthorization bill picking up support

Senate Finance Committee has been working on a measure since 2006.

Obama submits plan to pay for troops

The $1 billion needed to pay for additional soldiers would come from lower-priority requirements.

Registration for stimulus money recipients starts on Aug. 17

Online sign up marks the first step toward full spending reports, due in early October.