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Report comes as House panel backs bill to strip the IRS of the authority to outsource collections.
Measure exceeds President Bush’s request by $12.5 billion, or 8.8 percent – the biggest difference in any of the appropriations bills.
Labor groups say requirement would eliminate need for congressional intervention; Postal Service argues existing avenues to address disputes are adequate.
New analysis shows breakdown in contract talks has led to jump in controller retirements.
Agency avoided using any new appropriations and followed contracting rules, auditors find.
Officials caution against implementing a "one-size-fits-all" approach.
Witnesses say there aren’t enough measures to hold agencies accountable for failing to reach 23 percent target.
Enhancement comes as lawmakers focus on ensuring that consistent information on performance is available.