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Dual Hats

Bill Clinton is finding it hard to be an above-it-all ex-president when he is also a chief political adviser to his wife, who herself is angling for the White House.

IRS may seek waiver on eTravel system

Treasury inspector general questions GSA’s cost savings estimates and warns of increased user difficulties.

Failure of tax fraud detection system worse than estimated

Auditors say more than $300 million in improper refunds were handed out due to failure to field online detection system for fingering tax cheats.

Federal Protective Service to offer employee buyouts

Agency also will assess how it contracts for security services for federal buildings.

New procurement chief seeks to ramp up job competitions

Paul Denett also wants internship programs, training to boost acquisition workforce.

White House issues updated strategy for terror war

Report includes some initiatives that agencies have been engaged in for years.

Bush picks former highway administrator to head Transportation

Mary Peters was well-liked among lawmakers during her tenure at the Federal Highway Administration and her nomination does not appear to be contentious.

White House anti-terror chief: 'We are due for another attack'

A conversation with Frances Townsend, assistant to the president for homeland security and counterterrorism.