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Issa’s request for agency FOIA records draws mixed reviews

House oversight panel chairman’s demand for Freedom of Information Act data could improve performance -- or overburden offices.

Reorganization effort to start with trade, export agencies

Obama plan could face pushback from public and private sector constituencies invested in the status quo.

General reports progress against roadside bombs in Afghanistan

Senior commander says military has achieved "real disruption of the lethal insurgent networks" throughout Kandahar.

Congressional committees target SBA programs for cuts

Senate, House leaders are looking for underperforming programs that can be cut or eliminated.

Top intelligence panel Democrat open to spending cuts

Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger, D-Md., is reviewing spy agency budgets for places to trim fat.

Winner of cost-cutting contest meets Obama

Bureau of Prisons employee travels to Washington for an Oval Office meeting on her idea of ending automatic delivery of paper Federal Register copies.

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MSPB upholds employee appeal rights

OPM-directed removals are subject to review, board finds.

Have no fear: Army finds missing vial of lethal nerve agent

Officials put Utah facility on lockdown on Wednesday, forcing more than 1,000 military and civilian personnel and contractors to bunk there overnight.

GAO: Defense business transformation showing signs of progress

Report finds efforts need to be better aligned with Pentagon’s efficiency initiative, however.

Interior’s five-year strategic plan emphasizes hiring, youth recruitment

Secretary Ken Salazar rallies employees behind 23 goals during a town hall meeting in Washington.