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Union and prisons director clash on funding

Labor representatives say bureau is not taking full advantage of money that could be spent on boosting staff.

Academy urges major management reform at Energy

Serious problems, especially in human resources, jeopardize department’s mission, independent review finds.

Wartime contracting commission heads back to Iraq

Panel will investigate the Pentagon’s plans for $3 billion worth of in-theater government property.

NTEU President Colleen Kelley praised the ruling.

Court allows challenge to intern program to go forward

Labor union is seeking to overturn the program, saying it lets agencies circumvent the merit system.

From Nextgov.com: Companies, academics form coalition to promote open-source software

The applications programs support Obama's call for transparency, collaboration and public participation , say founders of Open Source for America.

The Big Mo Slows

Democratic momentum is slowing but not yet reversing.

Former AmeriCorps IG sues agency, seeks to reverse dismissal

Gerald Walpin alleges his termination was "unlawful and procedurally defective."

Senate committee opts for smaller, cheaper spy satellites

Billions of taxpayer dollars are at stake along with major contracting work for defense and intelligence companies and commercial providers of satellite imagery.

Lawmakers warn Obama not to overuse signing statements

Democrats criticize the president's assertion he had the right to issue one on the wartime supplemental spending bill over language on IMF and World Bank funding.

Defense acquisition workforce plan called insufficient

Procurement law expert tells congressional panel that the Pentagon should hire every available qualified contracting professional.