As the President’s Management Agenda enters its fourth year, the administration will also concentrate on getting more lawmakers on board.
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A day after employees learn of impending job cuts at distribution centers, officials announced dismissal of 218 technology workers.
President Bush requested $16.2 billion, but the House Appropriations Committee approved only $15.1 billion.
Industry costs may top $14 million as 1,800 barges and 120 tow boats may be idled.
The federal government spent about $320 million on FOIA-related activities in 2003.
Some observers agree that, in certain cases, there are too many layers of managers and too many supervisors in each layer.
Faced with the choice between being a leader or a team player, many will choose loyalty to teammates.
Democratic standard-bearers pledge to slash supervisory positions, eliminate several agencies, cut contractors and freeze the federal travel budget.
Debate on 9/11 commission's recommendations for overhauling the intelligence apparatus overshadows other parts of its report.
At Senate hearing, managers of U.S. intelligence agencies urge caution in making reforms.