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House Armed Services agrees to boost submarine funds

Panel adds $422 million to the Navy's Virginia-class submarine program.

Lawmakers say retired feds, government paying double for drug coverage

House Democrats launch an inquiry into coordination between OPM and Medicare agency.

Senate Commerce hearing gives TSA positive reviews

But panel sharply questioned plan to impose a passenger fee increase to pay for additional baggage screening technology.

Hewlett-Packard vaults into ranks of top federal contractors with EDS deal

Company gets a leg up in the federal IT services market.

Performance management likely will get a makeover in the next administration

Less subjective decision-making and greater focus on measuring results will be key ingredients for success, say those outside government.

Ex-State officials allege corruption cover up

Critics have suggested the agency has not pushed anticorruption efforts to avoid hurting relations with the Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.

Upset Republicans

Recent special elections for House seats have sent a message to Republicans.

Agencies need better welcome wagon for new employees, report says

Government should embrace long-term orientation process to increase retention and performance.

Management score card showing more top grades

Half of agencies’ ratings are green on latest traffic light-style assessment.

FCC chairman pushes reform agenda amid congressional inquiry

Kevin Martin, under pressure from a House committee, makes the agency more transparent.