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Managers are unsure government can handle expanded health care role

Survey respondents expect legislation will mean increased responsibility, but aren’t confident federal agencies are up to the challenge.

Administration announces finalists in cost-cutting contest

Four proposals to boost efficiency make the last round; President Obama will include the winning idea in his fiscal 2011 budget.

Energy IG issues management alert over weatherization program

Lax controls and poor oversight jeopardize effectiveness of $5 billion stimulus program.

Democratic rhetoric shifts on health plan

Latest proposal is modeled after the federal employee health benefits program.

Marines will be first to deploy to Afghanistan

Approximately 1,500 Marines from Camp Lejeune, N.C., will deploy in December.

NTEU President Colleen Kelley expressed concerns over the proposal.

Proposal to beef up OPM role in health care met with skepticism

Some fear that expanding agency’s portfolio could adversely affect federal employees’ coverage.

House Dems consider two-part omnibus plan for endgame

Continuing resolution expires Dec. 18 and seven appropriations bills are pending.

Surge will include thousands of mine-resistant vehicles

Pentagon has already tapped Oshkosh Corp. to build 6,219 of the vehicles by April.

Agencies join forces to stop arms trafficking to Mexico

ATF and ICE are putting aside their differences and pursuing a coordinated strategy to stem the flow of guns and drugs across the border.

Audit unit says it helped GSA save hundreds of millions of dollars

Implementation of the economic stimulus package is among the challenges the IG addressed from April to September.