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Probe, probed: Office of Special Counsel under attack

Republicans are questioning the timing, objectivity and accuracy of a recently released report that found Bush administration officials violated the Hatch Act.

Tea partier wants to scrap Energy Department

GOP Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky introduced a bill that would move nuclear weapons programs to the Pentagon.

SEC chair says agency's frozen budget is hurting its core mission

Agency is struggling to keep up with new financial reform law mandates, as well as a growing workload under its existing responsibilities.

Watchdog: Electronic records database is at risk of serious delays, cost overruns

Agency disputes findings of schedule lapses and ballooning costs, but agrees with several recommendations for improving project management.

Senate appropriator predicts another short-term funding measure

Inouye says chamber does not have time to review House’s proposed cuts before March 4, when the current continuing resolution runs out.

GOP proposed cuts get smaller the closer you look

Leaders tout $74 billion in cuts from Obama proposal, but only $32 billion from current spending.

USPS changes salary rules for postmasters

Downgraded employees will see pay drop after two years if their salary exceeds grade maximum.

TSA Administrator John Pistole had been considering the decision for months.

TSA workers granted limited collective bargaining rights

Unions hail decision; lawmakers have mixed reactions.

Report finds ambassador caused 'dysfunction' at embassy in Luxembourg

IG cites Cynthia Stroum for an 'abusive management style,' and improperly purchasing thousands of dollars in booze using embassy funds.

After delays, women’s small business contracting program debuts

Program allows contracting officers to set aside awards to women-owned companies in 83 categories.