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Building support for major IT initiatives
Experts on AFFIRM panel debate emerging issues in crossgovernment efforts


NEWS

Buzz of the Week: Remembering a call

Unions riled by background checks
GSA's employee union says it will file an unfair labor practices charge about HSPD-12

Leavitt protests health IT bill

Where are they now?

Circuit


COMMENT

Editorial: A civil relationship
A new administration should renew efforts to tap into the wisdom of the career government workforce

Doan: Networx means change

Kelman: Let the data talk

Welles: Sticky ideas


MANAGEMENT

Grassley's power of oversight
After 27 years, the senator still relishes his role in fighting government waste

Statutory help for inspectors general


TECHNOLOGY

FAQ: Business activity monitoring
This latest take on business performance analysis carves a new niche in usefulness


PROCUREMENT

OFPP tells agencies: Be prepared
New emergency acquisitions guide gives contracting officers the rules to follow

State codifies security language


POLICY

DHS bills offer plenty for locals
State and local emergency managers are the clear winners in the approps process

2008 budgets take shape


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