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Officers say military weakened, not broken, by Iraq and Afghanistan

Three out of five think the military is not as strong as it was five years ago, according to new survey.

TSP tech upgrade progressing, officials say

Two-year plan to improve efficiency and enhance security is on track.

GSA employee goes from union organizing to stapler filling

Agency calls it routine reassignment; clerk sees ulterior motive.

State Department drops ban on HIV-positive diplomats

Change was made after consultation with medical experts and in response to a lawsuit.

Question Time

Another round of answers to questions from readers.

SEC scales back pay-for-performance ambitions

Agency vows to move more cautiously before linking employees' pay to reviews.

DHS abandons proposed labor relations system

Omnibus spending measure effectively prevented department from implementing new rules.

Security clearance process still a paperwork exercise

Technology association official says only a Web-based system will reduce backlog of needed clearances.

Pushing Preferences

President Bush wants to expand a special hiring program for military spouses beyond Defense agencies.

Federal workforce growing more diverse, says OPM

Government boasts more minorities than general labor force, but Hispanics and women still underrepresented.