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Federal spending benefits capital region, report finds

The Washington area’s economy is reaping rewards of a trend toward higher spending near agency headquarters.

Study shows human resources outsourcing on the rise

But U.S. lags behind some foreign countries in outsourcing HR, according to study conducted by Accenture.

Contract figures show Halliburton’s startling growth

Company went from less than $500 million in federal contracts to more than $3 billion in a year as a result of work in Iraq.

Homeland Security cancels technology services contract

Officials say DHS will design a departmentwide strategy for IT procurement.

Pentagon to probe energy services contract award

Reliant Energy Solutions East was indicted for its role in the California energy crisis of 2000-01.

GSA queries Lockheed Martin on interrogation contracts

Company must now show why it should remain eligible for future contracts.

Contractors were hired to oversee interrogations

Documents show senior-level "advisers" managed security and intelligence-related activities.

Contractors contend spending bill would stifle competition

The $417.5 billion defense bill would extend provisions on outsourcing Pentagon civilian personnel jobs.

Contracting imperiled by war, lax management, auditors say

Inspectors general of Coalition, Interior Department criticize procurement of interrogators as outside the scope of their contracts.