Agencies must do a better job tracking fines assessed on their vehicles and making sure employees pay up, Democratic investigators say.
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A look at the agencies where employees owed the most in fines assessed on government vehicles for 2007.
Connecticut senator could lose chairmanship of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.
Every good crusade needs a catchy title. What should the inevitable Obama or McCain reform program be called?
Scott Bloch will remain on administrative leave through early December, when his term is up.
Top two candidates make generous contributions to the National Republican Congressional Committee and to their colleagues.
The department made changes to a provision regarding what to do when a worker provides employment information that does not match government records.
To encourage further progress, OMB releases online financial analysis tool.
FDA inspects foreign drugmakers once every 13 years, in contrast to an average rate of 2.7 years for domestic firms.
Awards are part of an increase in activity on GSA's Networx contract, to which agencies have been slow to transition.