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Pay reform, recruiting cited as top personnel challenges

Officials caution against implementing a "one-size-fits-all" approach.

GAO, union reach agreement to hold election

Agency affirms the eligibility of certain employees to organize in exchange for the withdrawal of an unfair labor practice charge.

Senators consider steps to enforce small business goals

Witnesses say there aren’t enough measures to hold agencies accountable for failing to reach 23 percent target.

Watchdog group upgrades contractor misconduct database

Enhancement comes as lawmakers focus on ensuring that consistent information on performance is available.

Ousted hurricane center chief defends request for new satellite

Head of NOAA says Bill Proenza was reassigned because he wasn’t showing good leadership.

House passes energy and water bill with veto-proof margin

Members now face bigger hurdles with the Labor-HHS spending bill, which exceeds President Bush’s request by about $12.5 billion.

Court extends deadline for DHS decision on labor rules

Department now has until Jan. 17, 2008, to decide whether it will rewrite or drop proposed rules.

CIA alters ‘news media’ definition for FOIA requests

Criticism of a draft proposal prevented a more expansive overhaul of fee structure.

Inconsistencies hinder sharing of contractor performance data

Officials say new bill requiring creation of central database would help alert agencies of contractor missteps.

U.S. Army Sgt. Tommy Williams provides security during a fuel truck inspection near Riyadh, Iraq.

Protests could put brakes on new Iraq logistics contract

Two losing teams are claiming the Army made mistakes in evaluating their proposals.