Tag: Current Events

Terrorism, Biohazardous Material, and Snow in Washington

Filed in News by on February 28, 2005 0 Comments

Snow in Washington creates problems. It s political? Is it dangerous? Is it expensive? Perhaps it’s all of the above.

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Help Rewrite The Federal Tax Code

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Citizens asked to help rewrite the federal tax code

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GAO Says Changes In Federal Spending Habits Are Vital

Filed in News by on February 16, 2005 0 Comments

GAO issues special report intended to help the Congress in reviewing and reconsidering the base of federal spending and tax programs.

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Homeland Security: Who Is Doing What?

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GAO reveals that agencies have overlapping duties and roles in homeland security

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The Good, Bad and Ugly Of Personnel Reform

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Observations on proposed personnel reforms.

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GAO Backs DHS Personnel Reform, But Warns Timing Is Everything

Filed in News by on February 11, 2005 0 Comments

GAO backs principles underlying new DHS personnel system, but said implementation is the key.

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2.3% in 2006? Pay raise drama begins in earnest

Filed in News by on February 7, 2005 0 Comments

Pay parity has become a mantra for some Congressional representatives and it has worked on the floor of Congress. The political environment is different this year and the results may not be the same.

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Once Again, The Cart Before the Horse

Filed in News by on February 6, 2005 0 Comments

Pay for performance in the federal government is likely to have problems

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