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OMB to ask agencies for long-term job competition plans

OMB will ask agencies to create multi-year plans for opening federal jobs to private sector competition as a prerequisite for receiving a “green” rating in competitive sourcing.

New Hampshire station bans union's anti-privatization ad

A New Hampshire television station has pulled the plug on an American Federation of Government Employees advertisement lambasting the Bush administration for privatizing federal work.

Multiple job competition rules likely to create confusion

A compromise version of the $820 billion fiscal 2004 omnibus spending bill approved by House lawmakers Monday contains language apt to confuse federal agencies conducting public-private job competitions and contractors bidding on the work, industry analysts said.

VA competitive sourcing program derailed by Congress

A plan to let contractors bid on 55,000 Veterans Affairs Department jobs will remain on hold because VA officials did not receive authority to restart their competitive sourcing program in the $328 billion catch-all federal spending bill crafted last month.

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