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Senate backs holding TSA to standard contracting rules

Chamber approves spending bill amendment that would repeal the agency’s exemption from governmentwide regulations.

White House says Dems are trying to 'destroy' Gonzales

Press official says lawmakers put the attorney general in an impossible situation by asking questions about a classified program.

Safety board criticizes FAA response to Kentucky crash

Agency should have issued new safety requirements, rather than nonbinding recommendations, panel members say.

Senators seek to hold TSA to standard acquisition rules

Amendment to spending bill would repeal the agency’s exemption from governmentwide regulations.

Bush invites congressional leaders to talk about spending, other issues

Democrats and Bush are separated by about $23 billion on fiscal 2008 spending.

The 24-building compound, as seen from the banks of the Tigris,  will be the largest embassy in the world.

House panel probes charges of human trafficking in Iraq embassy project

Whistleblowers allege Kuwaiti company mistreated employees, but IG finds no evidence to back claims.

Lawmakers seek disciplinary action against FDA official

House members upset by officewide e-mail in which assistant commissioner criticized testimony of fellow FDA employees at a congressional hearing.


Other countries share U.S. government’s workforce challenges

Officials from five major countries cite two common barriers to improving their workforces: compensation and talent shortages.

VA could save billions using e-commerce technique, officials say

"Expressive commerce” system already generating savings for large private firms, senators told.

Giuliani’s Opening

Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani stands to benefit from the collapse of John McCain's campaign.