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Bargaining for Pay

Will the new Defense and Homeland Security personnel systems open salaries to negotiation?

Prospects for security bills wane as campaigns beckon

Measures passed at the committee level in both the House and Senate, including port security legislation, stand better chance.

GSA releases new per diem rates

Loudoun County, Va., is removed from the Washington, D.C., per diem area.

Defense bill includes funding for landmine detection bees

Honey bees have the potential to sweep for mines faster than dogs, and put the dogs and their handlers out of danger.

Senate approves measures to improve Defense accountability

Spending bill amendment limiting the annual military travel budget to $70 million passes by voice vote.

IG recommends early contracting personnel involvement in reconstruction

Contingency procurement rules and a unified contracting entity also could improve post-conflict response, report says.

TSP international fund far outpaces others in yearlong returns

Small and mid-size domestic companies continue volatile streak, dipping in July.

Lawmakers may cut nuclear detection office funding

Senate committee recommends cutting more than $93 million from President Bush’s $535 million budget request for the office.

Red Carpet Treatment

Agencies should put themselves in their clients’ shoes.

Senate acts quickly to add funds for military equipment

Spending bill amendment approved unanimously would give $7.8 billion more to the Army and $5.3 billion more to the Marine Corps.