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New governmentwide rules are aimed at promoting sound science and transparency.
Personalities and comfort levels will drive the race for House majority leader.
Officials to recommend more resources for fighting terrorism and protecting against weapons of mass destruction.
Recommendation comes as part of first-ever professional review of the $175 billion retirement savings plan.
Employees should know where they stand by September, agency’s chief acquisition officer says.
Representatives kick off annual clash over the civilian pay raise.
State Department plans to begin testing passport card by the end of the year.
Increase doesn’t necessarily mean Pentagon will need substantially more supplemental funding, analysts say.
Initial group scheduled to enter the personnel system is cut by 54,000 employees and start date is pushed back by four months.