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GAO: Interior office lacks timetable for trust fund reforms

Office charged with implementing management changes also lacks adequate strategy for operations once reforms are complete.

High-ranking GSA acquisition official to retire

Departure of G. Martin Wagner marks second time in recent months that a senior GSA official involved in e-gov efforts has announced plans to leave.

GSA to manage contracts for consolidating personnel systems

The Office of Personnel Management will retain control over the much of the program, including requirements for service providers.

GSA seeks bids on Washington-area telecom contract

Washington Interagency Telecommunications System 3 contract has a maximum value of $1.8 billion.

OPM clarifies policies affecting teleworkers’ pay

Requirement that employees report to their official work site at least once a week has caused frustration.

Lawmaker vows 'extensive' homeland security oversight

Likely chair of appropriations subcommittee says one of his "signature issues" has been ensuring emergency responders have the necessary equipment and funding.

IG: Immigration agency IT modernization needs stronger focus

Duplicative plans have hampered rollout, recent audit report states.

Deputy secretary to leave Labor Department

Department was the first Cabinet agency to win top scores across all the main categories on the Bush administration’s quarterly management score card.

Group formed to address future of libraries in Internet era

Library of Congress officials say it is essential that libraries continue to exist.

GSA struggles to keep up in tech sales

Agencies are moving to non-GSA contract vehicles to meet their IT needs, analysts find.