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EEOC nominee has substantial civil rights experience

Jacqueline Berrien will face significant management challenges at overloaded anti-discrimination agency.

House passes Labor-HHS spending measure

The bill is the 11th of 12 annual appropriations bills that Congress has passed this year.

House passes pay/go bill, but Senate action seems unlikely

President calls the plan a "central budget-reform priority."

Former procurement chief denied new trial

Judge upholds conviction of David Safavian; sentencing scheduled for October.

A TSA officer scans bags at Dulles International Airport.

TSA begins meetings with unions

Labor groups say collective bargaining, pay and evaluation systems are key concerns.

Senate, House to turn to spending bills

House is expected to finish the last of the 12 appropriations measures by the end of next week.

Obama wins vote on canceled engine

The action reverses years of strong support in the Senate for the second engine program.

From Nextgov.com: Security experts push to require federal information security guidelines

Inclusion of recommendations in NIST’s list of computer security controls seen as a positive first step.

Workforce challenges linger at Federal Air Marshal Service

Policies show signs of progress but aren’t perfect yet, witnesses testify before a House Homeland Security subcommittee.

Federal workforce reforms dropped from Senate Defense authorization bill

Sen. Daniel Akaka, D-Hawaii, vows to fight for FERS sick leave fix and locality pay in conference committee.