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Recess appointment shakes up GPO leadership

Obama selects union senior vice president as public printer.

Lawmakers eschew earmarks, but still lobby agencies to fund pet projects

‘Lettermarking,’ ‘phonemarking’ among methods used to try to steer federal dollars to states.

IRS said to commit inaccuracies in processing nonresident tax returns

Lack of controls could cost government millions because funds outside U.S. are hard to recoup, audit finds.

2010: The Year in Quotes

A selection of some of the best quotations from our daily "Quote/Unquote" feature.

Obama ends popular internship program, creates new pathways to federal service

Federal Career Intern Program has been used to hire thousands of employees but has drawn criticism that it circumvents merit system.

Dodaro confirmed as comptroller general

Senate on final night of 111th Congress approves acting head of GAO as permanent.

Whistleblower protection bill dies again, on the 1-yard line

Measure clears House on Wednesday, but is blocked in Senate through an anonymous hold.

Congress overhauls federal food safety efforts

Bill marks first effort to restructure oversight in more than 70 years.

Obama signs 'don't ask, don't tell' repeal into law

Ban will not be lifted until administration certifies that implementation will not hurt military readiness or effectiveness, unit cohesion, or retention.

Insourcing provisions land on the cutting room floor

Language that would have brought more work back in-house was not included in either chamber’s version of Defense authorization bill.