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Take one of our quizzes to see if working remotely works for you.

Bush procurement policy chief will appeal conviction

David Safavian’s argument will revolve partly around the possibility of a vindictive prosecution.

From Nextgov.com: Will the White House give CIOs more power in the fiscal 2011 budget?

Some see language in fiscal 2010 spending bills as a signal that the Obama administration will grant IT chiefs more spending authority, while others say wait and see.

Foregone Conclusion

Last week's elections confirmed what most people already knew: the Democrats have problems.

Panel to look into bipartisan debt-reduction commissions

The normal budget process "cannot deal with a debt burden of this proportion," key senator says.

EPA: Video takedown order was about ethics, not content

Employees are not allowed to use their position and work at EPA to lend credibility to their personal opinions, officials say.

Miscounting of stimulus jobs cuts two ways

Spending reports indicate that contract and grant recipients under- and over-counted jobs created and saved.

Senator demands answers on firing of AmeriCorps IG

Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, threatens to place holds on nominees if administration does not respond to questions about Gerald Walpin.

Democrat seeks vote on debt panel deal

Sen. Evan Bayh of Indiana is one of 15 lawmakers looking at a must-pass increase in the federal debt ceiling as leverage for action on commission proposal.

Procurement nominee stresses importance of building acquisition workforce

Daniel Gordon is a “broadly supported, uncontroversial nomination,” says Senate chairman.

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