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Electronic travel service survives House-Senate negotiations

Language requires 23 percent of eTravel subcontracts to go to small businesses.

Lawmaker urges Bush to promote telework

The work arrangement deserves mention in the State of the Union address, says Rep. Frank Wolf, R-Va.

Federal officials expect security compliance within a year

Officials reported the most progress in personal security, followed by identification and authentication.

Survey: Telework could save employees thousands

Employees who telecommute three times a week could save an average of more than $4,300 a year.

Agencies lose ground on e-gov section of management score card

Six agencies see scores drop, primarily because of failure to reach key milestones.

Federal robot research offers consumer benefits

Government development of mobile robots may lead to a host of products previously only envisioned as science fiction.

Data needed to support Medicare pay-for-performance drive

Push to reimburse physicians based on quality of treatment requires fresh approach to measuring performance.

House advances spending bill with telework requirements

Language would require five agencies to increase numbers of teleworkers or face funding cuts.

HHS awards last contracts for digital health records

Announcement comes 18 months after Bush called for nationwide system of interoperable e-health records.

Challenge of contract to upgrade federal jobs site rejected

GAO rules that OPM’s choice of a firm to enhance USAJOBS was reasonable, despite higher cost of its proposal.