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Stimulus money to weatherize houses has been well-spent, GAO finds

The positive report follows previous findings of waste in the Energy Department program to help low-income families.

HUD responds to attacks on block grant program

Proposed rule would tighten oversight of low-income home construction.

House delays payroll tax deal vote until Tuesday

House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, said Senate Democrats must come back to Washington and admit their bill is dead.

Senate strikes deal on short term payroll tax cut package

Senators also agreed to back massive spending measure funding most agencies for 2012.

Senate agrees on spending bill; Obama signs legislation keeping agencies open

Overall bill, if approved, would eliminate the possibility of government shutdown for the rest of the fiscal year.

Deal reached to avert government shutdown

Democrats sign off on appropriations package after witholding support to gain leverage in debate over payroll tax holiday extension.

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House approves $915 billion spending plan

Payroll tax agreement still elusive.

SEC husbands resources in appealing judge’s ruling on Citigroup

Agency wants to preserve flexibility to settle cases without an admission of guilt, leading to savings if litigation is avoided.

A look at federal hiring reform, 20 months on

Agencies share their progress on streamlining the employee application process, but are they measuring success the right way?