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Public spends more time on paperwork in 2002

Americans spent more time filling out government-related paperwork in 2002 than in 2001, despite agency efforts to simplify forms, the Office of Management and Budget said Friday.

Diplomats give Powell high marks after two years

Secretary of State Colin Powell is fulfilling his promise to revitalize the State Department after decades of management neglect at the department, a council of current and former diplomats say in a new report.

OPM launches program to diversify senior executive corps

To help increase diversity in the Senior Executive Service, the Office of Personnel Management has created a new program to help develop a more diverse pool of candidates for positions in the government’s top management corps.

Lawmakers oppose Bush’s pay-for-performance fund

Lawmakers from both parties said Tuesday they would oppose a Bush administration proposal to create a $500 million fund for performance-based pay raises for federal employees this year.

Congress in eclipse as power shifts to executive branch

In everything from the war on Iraq and homeland security to energy policy, President Bush and the leading members of his administration have become the dominant players in Washington, at the expense of members of Congress.