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Advocates seek broader protections for chemical plant whistleblowers

Language in chemical security bill does not offer enough outlets for reporting wrongdoing, watchdog groups say.

Lawmakers push insurance backstop for natural disasters

Program would be administered by the federal government and would need to hedge any risk exposure to protect taxpayers.

Senator urges passage of Defense spending bill before recess

Approval before August break would allow more time to finish conference negotiations by the end of the fiscal year.

GSA seeks system for gathering governmentwide travel data

Information from central repository would be used for management reports on government travel trends.

E-gov scores improve slightly on latest management score card

Administration highlights improvements in real property management, faith-based and community initiative.

OPM blamed for under-representation of Hispanics in government

New report gives the personnel agency a flunking mark for leadership, accountability.

Variety of objections imperil chemical security bill

Bipartisan group of 14 senators sent Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, a letter stating several concerns they want resolved before floor debate.

New Treasury chief signals bipartisan approach to policy challenges

Henry Paulson focused his first major speech since his confirmation on wage growth and uneven economic distribution.

Lawmakers steer NASA funding toward science mission

Mission to one of Jupiter’s moons and other former priorities overshadowed by emphasis on manned trip to Mars, critics argue.