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House Flips. Senate Doesn't

The odds are that Democrats will lose seven or eight seats in the Senate.

McCain denies 'stimulus hypocrisy' accusation

Center for Public Integrity alleges lawmaker opposed stimulus plan and then made request for funds.

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OPM and unions tussle over employee appeal rights

The Merit Systems Protection Board should use a broad threshold to evaluate appeals of employees removed from their positions, say unions.

Retired feds could see one-time Social Security bonus

Legislation provides $250 payment in lieu of 2011 cost-of-living adjustment.

SEC stretched thin by new rules

Agency will meet its deadlines under financial regulatory reform law, but faces resource constraints, leader says.

From Nextgov: Army seeks to formalize mobile apps development

Service looks to industry for help creating process to secure smart phone applications used in war.

SBA lifts suspension of technology contractor

Agreement will allow GTSI to continue most of its government work during an ongoing probe of whether it violated small business set-aside rules.

Lack of linguists hampers government's mission, officials say

Federal agencies struggle to fill in the gaps in language skills.

GAO: Defense domestic violence tracking remains flawed

Audit finds the Pentagon’s system for collecting data on abuse in military families hinders department’s ability to analyze trends.

Report: TARP contracting has 'significant' transparency issues

The panel noted that private contractors were not subject to FOIA requests or public audits of their performance.