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Agencies’ transition to new telecom system slow

GSA says a lack of resources and buy-in from top officials are to blame for prolonged transfer to Networx.

Court dismisses Homeland Security labor relations case

Move ends protracted fight over collective bargaining rights.

Report: Military can cover war costs longer than expected

Senior Pentagon officials have warned they need another $102.5 billion before accounts dry up early this summer.

Survey paints bleak picture of public trust in government

Results show taxpayers expect more accurate, accessible information about federal spending.

Depressed Old Party

Republicans are going through a hard time, but will need to tough it out until the general election.

Congressional Budget Office: Patent bill cost exceeds expected revenue

Bill would would increase federal spending by $26.9 billion.

Food and Drug Administration snubbed offer by USDA to help inspect plants

FDA requested use of third-party food safety inspectors because of limited funding and manpower.

Industry hoping for action on data security bill this year

Legislation would update the six-year-old bill establishing requirements for securing personal or sensitive data.

GAO chief announces resignation

David Walker says he'll leave March 12 to head new foundation.

DHS and Labor want to revamp program for hiring temporary farm workers

More than half of the 1.2 million agricultural laborers are undocumented immigrants.