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Top intelligence panel Democrat open to spending cuts

Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger, D-Md., is reviewing spy agency budgets for places to trim fat.

Winner of cost-cutting contest meets Obama

Bureau of Prisons employee travels to Washington for an Oval Office meeting on her idea of ending automatic delivery of paper Federal Register copies.


MSPB upholds employee appeal rights

OPM-directed removals are subject to review, board finds.

Have no fear: Army finds missing vial of lethal nerve agent

Officials put Utah facility on lockdown on Wednesday, forcing more than 1,000 military and civilian personnel and contractors to bunk there overnight.

GAO: Defense business transformation showing signs of progress

Report finds efforts need to be better aligned with Pentagon’s efficiency initiative, however.

Interior’s five-year strategic plan emphasizes hiring, youth recruitment

Secretary Ken Salazar rallies employees behind 23 goals during a town hall meeting in Washington.

Senate eyes cut in executive-branch jobs requiring Hill confirmation

Leadership aides said that the deal would reduce by 400 the number of Senate-confirmed positions in the government, now numbered at about 1,400.

Former USDA chief disputes Hatch Act report

Mike Johanns asks OSC to fix "inaccuracies" in a report that he was among 10 Cabinet officials and agency heads whose travel during the 2006 midterm season violated the law.

CBO sees $1.5 trillion deficit

Latest report should serve as another wake-up call that serious belt-tightening is needed, Senate Budget Committee leader says.

Federal Hispanic advisory panel debuts in February

Committee will counsel OPM on hiring and keeping more Latinos in government.