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GOP senators are not optimistic about effort to end TARP

The measure, which Republicans hope to attach to bill raising the debt ceiling, would end bailout program on Dec. 31.

Panel: Treasury nominee made tax errors

Committee says undersecretary for international affairs pick has taken steps to bring her tax returns into compliance.

Analysts: Defense industry will survive flatter budgets

Contractors have benefited from a 60 percent spike in procurement and research and development accounts in the last eight years.

GAO: Security agency is making progress, but still falling short

Report says Federal Protective Service needs to pay more attention to resource allocation, technology and information management.

Tough As Nails

The health bill could have foundered in so many places, but the House speaker and White House chief of staff muscled it through.

Defense measure likely to carry unfinished spending bills

Financial Services appropriations legislation containing the federal employee pay raise is expected to hitch a ride.

USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack meets resistance on overhaul.

Employees raise concerns about USDA reorganization

Headquarters human resources workers ordered to take new jobs elsewhere in the agency.

OMB will release top government performance goals in February

President’s fiscal 2011 budget proposal will contain management objectives for agencies.

GAO: Costs to implement BRAC have risen significantly

Auditors estimate the long-term savings will be about 70 percent lower than projected in 2005.

Public holds the military in high regard.

Poll: Americans have lackluster view of government

Gallup finds mixed public perception of agencies’ performance, while military earns top marks.