Biggest federal labor group calls for “stripped-down” approach that doesn’t require consensus decisions.
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Boston-based investor turned fraud investigator says he tried to alert agency officials to the Ponzi scheme.
Advocates are more optimistic they will be able to reach a compromise on legislative provisions, now that the Obama administration has taken office.
Authorization and chemical-plant security bills are on the agenda.
Lawmakers might propose cutting money for computers at USDA and the Interior Department, as well as funding for HIV screening, wildlife management and NASA.
Larger procurement workforce, more competition, on the way, top agency official said.
Technology professionals express disappointment and urge Obama to find a replacement with similar experience inside and outside government.
It’s not too early to look forward to the fight for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination.
Nancy Killefer acknowledges that a snafu over failure to pay unemployment taxes on household help could prove distracting.
Republican Judd Gregg served four terms in the House and two as New Hampshire's governor before running for the Senate in 1992.