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IRS moves tax processing work back in-house

Agency employees will resume direct management over taxpayer files at seven sites across the country.

GAO: Defense should address employee concerns with personnel system

Department lacks strategy for responding to employees’ negative perception of new pay-for-performance system.

Two federal programs snare top public service awards

Winners receive $100,000 to help replicate creative ideas in government.

FAA awards air traffic controller training contract to Raytheon

Ten-year deal consolidates two agreements, moves agency closer to transformation.

OPM issues guide to overhauling federal hiring process

Plan aims to streamline hiring and improve candidates' application experience.

House sends GAO pay bill to President Bush

Measure would reimburse more than 300 analysts who weren’t given raises for two years despite acceptable job performances.

Democrats and Republicans voice different views on government

Convention rhetoric draws the usual battle lines between the two parties on government’s role, but both McCain and Obama acknowledge its significant impact on the public.

Nuclear agency sets pace in hiring

Nuclear Regulatory Commission has become a model for agencies concerned about quickly replacing retiring workers.

Capital-area feds got 2008 raises on par with private sector

Survey finds both sectors received a 4.5 percent pay boost between 2007 and 2008.

Catch-62 Revisited

An update on a case study in the importance of military service credit deposits.