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Interior responds to court report

The Interior Department will respond to accusations from a court-appointed official who claimed that Secretary Gale Norton and other agency officials violated federal law and breached trust duties to American Indians.

Collins to question TSP

Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine), chairman of the Senate Governmental Affairs Committee, announced that she will investigate the original contract for the Thift Savings Plan system.

IG says DISA made improper payment to MCI

The Defense Department's Inspector General has accused the Defense Information Systems Agency of telling one of its agencies to improperly certify a $16.6 million payment to MCI.

Telework Web site updated

Officials from the General Services Administration and the Office of Personnel Management introduced an updated version of their telecommuting Web site.

NWS awards $48 million contract

RS Information Systems Inc. will provide tech and science-related services at the National Weather Service headquarters in Silver Spring, Md.

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