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Obama urged to reconsider pledge to thin management ranks

Agencies still are reeling from cuts during the Clinton administration.

TSA cites progress enrolling port workers in ID card program

A majority of the estimated 1.2 million workers who must be vetted by April 14 have signed up.

IRS to beef up in-house debt collection capabilities

The agency plans to hire more than 1,000 employees by October to assist in recovering delinquent taxes.

Treasury secretary cancels private debt collection program

The Obama administration had asked for an independent review of the program.

House committee forms contract reform panel

Members will review a recently introduced Senate bill designed to curb the cost of weapons programs, but might end up developing their own proposals.

Analysis: When Government Makes Us Sick

The peanut salmonella outbreak is but one in a string of scary federal failures -- it’s time to address the real cause.

Coast Guard modernization stalls due to congressional inaction

Without legal authorization, the service is unable to complete critical organizational changes.

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Business is booming for Alaska native corporations

ANCs raked in more than $5 billion in government contracts in fiscal 2008, nearly 10 times the amount they earned in 2000.

Senate to vote Tuesday on catch-all spending bill

Lawmakers pass another stopgap measure to keep agencies running until Wednesday.

From Nextgov.com: Virginia takes a lead role in the stimulus plan's push for health IT

A Q&A with Aneesh Chopra, Virginia's secretary of technology and CIO, on how the commonwealth will use funds to help build a nationwide electronic health records system.