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OPM chief calls for new performance review system

John Berry says current process has 'dehumanized' management.

GSA building its brand as government’s consulting agency

Administrator Martha Johnson explains how the agency is taking on a more facilitative and advice-driven role.

EPA bill passes House committee, amid climate science debate

GOP plan would strip agency of authority to regulate greenhouse-gas emissions.

Chu says Japan crisis may top Three Mile Island

Nuclear plant's containment systems could fail, Energy secretary says, remaining noncommittal on fate of U.S. program.

Experts call on agencies to narrow performance goals

Witnesses tell Senate task force that the government’s performance management system in many cases is understood only by insiders.

Group says biometric screening could reduce airport hassle

Passengers who volunteer personal biometric data — possibly including iris scans or fingerprints — and answer questions would glide through airport security.

William Dougan, of the National Federation of Federal Employees, has asked for agency shutdown plans.

Labor leaders demand answers on agency shutdown plans

Lack of information about furloughs and pay is causing concern among employees, unions say.

Lucrative sole-source contracts to 8(a) firms now require justification

Rule change targets Alaska native corporations, which are among those eligible to receive noncompetitive contracts of any size.

Clinton not interested in second term at State or presidential run

Secretary tells CNN she does not wish to be Defense chief or vice president, either.

House GOP, White House ramp up talks on budget deal

Shutdown threat remains as negotiations begin between OMB Director Jacob Lew and top House appropriator Rogers.