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Think tank urges Democrats to focus on government reform

Democrats need to make reforming government, including overhauling the civil service structure, a key policy issue, or they will continue to be painted as the party that supports "big government," a Democratic think tank asserted Thursday.

Postal Service rejects ‘right to strike’ proposal for unions

CHICAGO—The U.S. Postal Service on Tuesday backed off a proposal that would have given unionized workers the right to strike.

GAO seeks personnel flexibility, name change

General Accounting Office chief David Walker has proposed legislation that would give the congressional watchdog agency freedom from key personnel restrictions contained in Title 5 of the U.S. Code, and would change the name of the agency to the Government Accountability Office.

Army Corps to launch reorganization in fall

In October, the Army Corps of Engineers will unveil plans for a major reorganization that would centralize management in Washington, the agency’s chief told employees on Tuesday.