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Collaboration-minded feds see barriers to working together

Nevertheless, mid-level managers are forging new relationships and building bridges across departments and agencies.

DHS boosts its border workforce and technology

Border and immigration enhancements help drive Homeland Security’s varied purchases.

Defense contractor employee pleads guilty to bribery

Dorothy Ellis is the latest to be ensnared in a bid-rigging probe at an Army base in Kuwait.

From Nextgov.com: VA completes education claims system in time for fall semester

Fully automated network works through complex calculations to determine veterans’ tuition payments and housing allowances under the 2008 GI bill.

Burning Question: Do young managers discriminate against older workers?

Can they learn how to work effectively with people who have a lot more experience?

BP oil spill proves fertile ground for procurement

Federal agencies have spent almost $126 million in Gulf Coast contracts.

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Agency aims to play matchmaker with new hiring tool

The national intelligence office is developing a site that would pair job applicants with suitable federal vacancies.

Obama's next mission: Restoring the economy

In Oval Office address marking end of the Iraq war, president says he will focus on jumpstarting the economy and reducing unemployment.

Improper time-and-materials contracts prove costly

IG raps Army for lack of competition, weak oversight for war zone work.

Postal Service looks for ways to reduce labor costs

Agency will ask unions for changes in employee scheduling, wages and benefits, official says.

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