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The unlikely winner of a $550 million federal recruitment contract is a California government agency.
Pay-for-performance measures, procurement reform, and improved technology systems will all see a renewed focus as Rep. Tom Davis, R-Va., takes the helm of the House Government Reform Committee.
The Bush administration won approval from the House Wednesday for its plan to lease a headquarters for the Homeland Security Department, a move that could aid plans to locate the new department in Northern Virginia.
The Bush administration’s overhaul of federal outsourcing rules is drawing fire from civilian agencies that believe it sets unrealistic time frames and could sap resources from other White House management initiatives.