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Homeland Security to revise Social Security number enforcement plan

Justice Department asks for stay in court case contesting new employment-verification rule.

Consumer product agency may get new oversight powers

House subcommittee moves legislation granting Consumer Product Safety Commission new authority over consumer goods.

Probes focus on HUD chief's role in contracting decisions

For several months, a federal grand jury, Justice Department prosecutors, the FBI, and the HUD inspector general's office have been investigating Alphonso Jackson.

Two Contests, Worlds Apart

The political primary season begins with a huge contrast between each party's nomination fight.

House Democrats dismiss White House military 'horror stories'

Bush and Senate Republicans blamed for blocking $50 billion funding measure last week because it would impose goal of withdrawing troops from Iraq by Christmas 2008.

Fate of ICE nominee remains uncertain in Senate

Julie Myers' role in Halloween costume incident looms over potential confirmation vote.

Public, private sectors differ on 'green' efforts

Online survey finds that government managers have more knowledge of energy-efficient data centers.

GSA takes on lead role with office leases

Agencies no longer allowed to negotiate their own contracts for spaces larger than 20,000 square feet.

Agencies continue to make strides in financial management

All meet 45-day financial audit deadline, with 19 of 24 receiving clean audits; number of material weaknesses continues to decline, according to OMB.

House panel to hold another hearing on State IG

Oversight committee chairman wants to find out whether Howard Krongard perjured himself when asked about his brother's association with Iraq security contractor.