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Treasury Department taps AT&T for new telecom system

Contract for Treasury Communications Enterprise could be worth $3 billion over a decade.

Contractors, others spar over proposed acquisition rule change

Agencies would be allowed to use contracts based on time and expenses when purchasing commercial services.

Rumsfeld blames procurement scandal on lack of ‘adult supervision’

Turnover was too high in the politically appointed ranks above Air Force procurement official Darleen Druyun, Defense secretary says.

Job competition controversy a replay from previous years

Language limiting competitions once again dropped in the final hour of negotiations; supporters seek new strategy for next year.

Senate confirms federal procurement chief

David Safavian to move into position that has been vacant for more than a year.

Pentagon decides to reopen competition for tanker contract

Move could frustrate Boeing's bid to provide KC-767 tankers to the Air Force.

Senator reveals Air Force-Boeing e-mail exchanges, demands accountability

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., accuses Air Force of "either a systemic failure in procurement oversight, willful blindness or rank corruption."

Congress drops effort to limit Bush job competition initiative

After White House veto threat, lawmakers drop provisions in omnibus appropriations bill that would have limited competitive sourcing effort.

AID cancels commodities purchase as funds run low

Food aid advocates urge Bush administration to make immediate use of special trust fund and ask for supplemental appropriation next year.