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Civilian agencies denounce new job competition deadlines

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.

Printing office cuts price, wins bid to handle 2004 budget

OMB has picked the Government Printing Office to print the fiscal 2004 budget after threatening to contract out the job if the printing office couldn’t underbid private contractors.

FAA says air traffic control not ‘inherently governmental’

The Transportation Department has decided its air traffic control operations are no longer inherently governmental work, a move that could lead to eventual outsourcing of such operations.

GPO offers to cut cost of printing budget document

The Government Printing Office has offered to cut the cost of printing the federal budget by 23 percent to prevent the Bush administration from contracting out the job.

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