Congress must either pass the omnibus or approve another continuing resolution to keep much of the federal government going after March 6.
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Eight years after an audit showed record-keeping deficiencies, the department has not implemented critical reforms.
Interior IG Earl Devaney will lead a recovery board with an $84 million budget.
Department will hire a consulting firm to work with agency offices to make sure procedures are fair to minorities and women.
President says he will cut the estimated $1.3 trillion deficit in half in four years by raising taxes on the wealthy and reducing spending on the Iraq war.
DCAA’s chief cites progress, but employees say reforms have been ineffective.
Obama’s team must ask the key question: Beef up the civil service or bring in contractors?
GOP says the confirmation delay is largely procedural.
Aides are trying to avoid the turf battles that have hampered previous efforts to pass legislation.
OMB asked agencies to designate a point person by Feb. 13, but some missed the deadline.