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Medicare ABCs

The first in a two-part series on the relationship between Medicare and FEHBP.

Agriculture Department makes progress on IT consolidation

Agency also supports governmentwide shared services initiative, technology executives say.

Swank reception honors notable federal executives

Winners of Presidential Rank Award recognized for career achievements.

Judge sets date to review Safavian, Abramoff e-mails

Lawyers will argue next week on admissibility of messages on a range of personal and business topics, from racquetball to contracting.

FEMA acquisitions chief pushes recruiting program

Deidre Lee also backs calls for more contingency contracts to prepare in advance for disasters.

Reliance on supplemental funding draws bipartisan attack

Lawmakers say administration’s method of paying for wars and other emergency needs makes it difficult to account for the true costs.

Confrontation looms in House over earmark proposal

Lobbying measure’s curbs on earmarks are drawing fire from Rep. Jerry Lewis, R-Calif., chairman of the House Appropriations Committee.

Homeland Security to expedite port security regulations

Department will pursue rulemaking for areas not covered in bills moving through Congress.

Now or Later

Adding a Roth 401(k) option to the Thrift Savings Plan would enable participants to pay taxes upfront, but this choice comes at a cost.

Impasse continues in FAA-union negotiations

Sen. Olympia Snowe, R-Maine, calls for the two sides to return to the negotiating table.