MANAGEMENT - ALL ARTICLES
The Bush administration has given a new name—and new life—to a Clinton administration proposal to let federal managers run their offices more like private businesses.
The Office of Management and Budget wants to know how many employees each federal manager oversees as part of a Bush administration effort to cut 40,000 management jobs.
Leaders from the three federal agencies with the worst records in financial management took their lumps Tuesday during a series of hearings before a House Government Reform Subcommittee.
The benefits of federal regulations tend to outweigh their costs, according to a draft report by the Office of Management and Budget.