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Postal Service counts on Congress to get it out of a tight spot

Lawmakers say they’ll need more information before they can get behind a plan to reduce the number of delivery days.

Analysis: Labor-Management Partnership 2.0

As agency and union officials enter a new age of cooperation they can draw lessons from the Clinton years.

Key federal management lawmakers brace for health care vote

Most House members with government employees in their districts say they will approve the legislation.

Feds stand behind energy savings performance contracts

Despite some problems, the deals are viewed as an essential tool for modernizing facilities.


Interrogation work by TSA nominee's firm under review

Congressional staffers are investigating whether Harding's former consulting company had ties to the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq.

Republican senators divided on earmark ban

Meeting comes after House GOP lawmakers pledged not to take any earmarks for one year.

House likely will pass health care overhaul this weekend.

Bill ties Cadillac tax to feds’ health care costs

Reform legislation will study FEHBP costs to gauge which insurance plans should include excise tax.

Posting information online could preempt FOIA requests

Technology can help agencies tackle new queries and backlogs, federal officials tell lawmakers.

From Nextgov.com: Napolitano freezes spending for high-tech border security project

Secretary cites cost overruns and missed deadlines as reasons to move $50 million in Recovery Act funding for the first phase of SBInet to pay for proven technologies.

White House details ethics agreement with TSA nominee

Harding will have three levels of recusals for dealing with the contracting business he founded in 2003 and the clients and partners of that business.