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TSA to cut thousands of screeners by fall

The Transportation Security Administration plans to lay off 6,000 passenger screeners by September, according to agency officials.

Personnel changes

House Government Reform Committee members will soon decide whether or not to give agency heads broad authority over personnel rules.

Postal Service rejects ‘right to strike’ proposal for unions

CHICAGO—The U.S. Postal Service on Tuesday backed off a proposal that would have given unionized workers the right to strike.

GAO seeks personnel flexibility, name change

General Accounting Office chief David Walker has proposed legislation that would give the congressional watchdog agency freedom from key personnel restrictions contained in Title 5 of the U.S. Code, and would change the name of the agency to the Government Accountability Office.

House Democrat seeks limits on agencies’ personnel freedom

A Democratic lawmaker is pushing for limits on federal agencies that want to change their personnel systems.

Lawmaker seeks delay on Defense personnel reform vote

The ranking member of the House Government Reform Committee is urging committee leaders to delay voting on the Defense Department’s recently unveiled proposal for a new civilian personnel system.