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Securities commission rife with security gaps, GAO says

Agency charged with regulating other companies’ financial systems has regulation problems of its own.

Bush and the bureaucracy: a crusade for control

The Bush administration has made its mark with a coordinated effort to centralize control over the management and operations of government.

Commerce audit pans NOAA restructuring

Inspector General says he’s concerned that consultant’s study may not have adequate support for recommendations.

Conference Burnout

Big meetings might not be worth the cost.

Stakeholders backing Senate chief's postal overhaul legislation

Bill reflects consensus on "worksharing" issues, in which work usually done by postal workers could shift to large mailers.

Ten federal programs named semifinalists for innovation award

Awards of $100,000 will be made in July to six winning programs that are rated best for creative thinking and results-driven goals.

Congressional concerns linger over performance-based budgets

Appropriations staffers say budget justifications contain too little information on workload and output, too much on management.

Cabinet secretaries get White House office space

Chief of Staff Andrew Card has invited Cabinet members to each spend at least two hours a week working just a stone's throw from the Oval Office.

Senators renew effort to overhaul Postal Service

Bill includes language shifting responsibility for military pensions to Treasury Department, a plan opposed by the Bush administration.