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Former contractor executives plead guilty to conflict of interest charges

Defendants offered Army official $125,000-a-year job during negotiations.

Accounting giant pays $42 million to settle dispute over travel expenses

Federal task force had alleged that PricewaterhouseCoopers overcharged agencies.

Management score card sees more green

Labor becomes first department to earn top marks in every major category.

FAA rejects appeals of outsourcing decision

Ruling upholds agency’s decision to award flight service jobs to Lockheed.

Former Air National Guard director under investigation

Pentagon inspector general investigating allegations of federal ethics violations by retired Maj. Gen. Paul Weaver.

Lawmakers scold IRS for moving to close assistance centers

Members ask agency to suspend closures, as mandated in House-passed appropriations bill that is pending in Senate.

Vendors challenge claim that eTravel cuts out small firms

Program leaves room for small companies to do business with agencies, industry officials say.

Prison industries overhaul bill stalls in House committee

Usually faithful Republicans block approval of bill requiring federal prisons to compete with private companies when selling goods to agencies.

Senior GSA official announces departure

Neal Fox is the latest to leave the agency, which is poised for reorganization.

FAA outsourcing effort hits House roadblock

Measure is designed to protect the jobs of 2,000 flight service specialists.