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OPM Director John Berry said results show employees are “proud to work for the government.”

Employees report satisfaction with work, supervisors

Merit-based promotion and recruitment are two areas of concern in workforce survey.

IG raises red flags over DHS plan to consolidate management systems

Department has tried, and failed, in previous efforts to integrate key financial systems.

Privatization battle centers on definition of federal employee

Union challenges Air Force program to contract out work performed by nonappropriated government employees.

From Nextgov.com: Labor launches online career path for mapping tech jobs

Department develops the model for geospatial technology competency to promote government jobs.

Boeing meets deadline for tanker bids

Company boasted that its tanker would be more cost-effective to own and operate than the one offered by rival EADS North America.

Administration requires subcontractor reporting

Proposed rule also would mandate that agencies post salaries of top contractor executives.

From Nextgov.com: Navy awards contract to transition to expanded network

HP Enterprise Services will provide work to move IT services from NMCI to the Next Generation Enterprise Network, which will serve 700,000 sailors, Marines and civilians.

CBO: Slight decrease in deficit over last year

The deficit in June was $69 billion, $25 billion less than the shortfall recorded a year ago.

Gates suggests new CENTCOM chief

Defense secretary recommends Marine Corps Gen. James Mattis as next head of U.S. Central Command.

EADS submits its tanker bid

The Pentagon is expected to award the contract, worth as much as $40 billion, by Nov. 12.

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