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Pentagon Employees Are Still Flashing Purchase Cards at Casinos, Strip Clubs

Despite a new security crackdown, the Defense Department watchdog finds lax enforcement by managers.

Federal courts have repeatedly deemed the South Texas Family Residential Center unfit to house young children.

The Beginning of the End of Private Detention For Immigrants?

The Homeland Security Department is rethinking its reliance on for-profit prisons. But it’s not enough.

Obama Pushes Contractors to Be Greener, More Worker-Friendly

Administration estimates "Fair Pay" rule will cost contractors $458 million in the first year.

What Vendors Need to Know About GSA’s New Cyber Offerings

Companies that want to provide services for the new SINs will need to explain their way through a variety of scenarios.

A TSA agent searches luggage at an airport.

TSA Buyers Reach Out to Minority Small Business Contractors

Homeland Security procurement chief touts her office as “the organization” for businesses.

Leidos’ Post-Deal Identity

Leidos isn't just doubling in size; it's expanding the customers it serves.

How the Government’s Quest to Block Robocalls Ended Up In Court

As agencies embrace innovation contests, one entrepreneur cries foul.

The Idaho Correctional Center in 2010. The facility, south of Boise, Idaho, is operated by Corrections Corporation of America.

Justice Department Will Phase Out Private Prisons

A response to overcrowding is now seen as expensive and inadequate.

Alliant 2 Deadline Extended

New proposal deadlines will be Sept. 13 for Alliant 2 Unrestricted and Sept. 12 for Alliant 2 Small Business.

“I view this [as] highly important for the future," said Vice Adm.James Syring, director of the Missile Defense Agency.

Pentagon: We're Closer Than Ever to Lasers That Can Stop Iranian, North Korean Missiles

With global demand for missile defense surging, US officials are fine-tuning cheaper, more powerful laser weapons.

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