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Government management is a fit for businessman, observers say

As federal performance chief, entrepreneur Jeffrey Zients takes on his toughest project yet -- improving government.

Patent and Trademark Office seeks OK to spend higher fee income

Agency will be forced to operate on a "bare-bones budget" that would not allow adequate hiring, unless it receives more funds, chief says.

Army to spend heavily on new aircraft

Additional medical evacuation helicopters to support the troop buildup in Afghanistan are among the aircraft needed.

Interior Department tightens leasing rules

Changes include additional environmental analysis.

From Nextgov.com: Hundreds of vets participate in test of sharing electronic health records

The Veterans Affairs Department and Kaiser Permanente will exchange electronic patient files to test if they can improve care and lower costs by reducing redundant lab procedures.

Game On

The president's uneasy tug-of-war with lobbyists will only intensify in 2010.

Major defense contractor moves headquarters to DC region

Northrop Grumman will open its new corporate office in the capital area by summer 2011.

OPM chief John Berry vowed in June to restructure the agency.

OPM announces reorganization

Observers say focus on SES, veterans and oversight could increase.

Dissension, poor communications found at federal nuclear site

Energy inspector general says problems at Savannah River Site could undermine public confidence.

Lawmakers pan plan to skip conference on health bill

Republicans favor open negotiations that members of the public could watch on television.

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