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Assaults on Park Service officers increase

National Park Service officers were assaulted 111 times in 2004, resulting in 33 injuries.

Treasury secretary promises green, sees red

Financial management ratings on president's scorecard remain low.

Government computers top target for cyberattacks

As attacks get more serious, government systems targeted more than any other business sector, report finds.

OPM approves direct-hire authority for acquisition jobs

Agencies now have the discretion to decide on their own when shortages exist in key jobs.

Federal cargo inspection system found wanting

Senators say U.S. seaports remain vulnerable because DHS knows too little about contents of shipping containers.

Local officials call for more mass transit security funding

Wish lists of new security technologies are growing larger.

Senator: BRAC amendments delayed defense authorization vote

Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist unsuccessfully tried to end debate and prevent consideration of base closure-related amendments to defense measure.

Next space shuttle flight could come in September

If engineers have “eureka moment” in solving foam insulation issue, Atlantis could launch on Sept. 22.

Performance Pay: A History

Pay for performance in government isn’t exactly a new concept.