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Doan: ‘I lost the battle’

Former GSA administrator discusses why she was forced out and what she would have done differently.

GSA's Doan done in by battling White House

Fired administrator recently rejected suggested political appointees to fill senior-level vacancies at the agency.

GAO to launch employee diversity reforms in response to job performance report

Discrepancies in evaluations of African-American and Caucasian analysts persist and need to be addressed, independent research group concludes.

House Oversight Committee approves SES diversity bill

Watered-down bill requires creation of a Senior Executive Resource Office within the Office of Personnel Management to oversee the process of selecting executives.

House measure gives GAO powers, awards back wages

Bill also includes adjustments inserted by lawmakers unhappy with recent changes to the agency’s pay system.

Job competitions fall short of agency goals; OMB touts savings

Percentage of competitions won by federal employees drops from 87 percent to 73 percent.

OMB aims to further streamline security clearance process

President Bush slated to issue executive order June 30.

GSA's new acting administrator: The Nextgov interview

David Bibb talks to Government Executive 's sister publication about his goals and priorities.

FAA bill mired on reimbursements, nonaviation measures

GOP leaders and the White House are balking at reimbursements to the highway trust fund for money spent for emergencies since 1998.

Doan testifies before a House committee last year.

White House forces resignation of embattled GSA chief

Lurita Doan was summoned to the White House for a late afternoon meeting Tuesday, and resigned that evening.