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An Army plan to outsource the jobs of nearly 60,000 military personnel will not save any money, but is necessary to move soldiers into warfighting positions, according to Army officials.
Military depots do a poor job of tracking how much work they contract out, according to a new General Accounting Office report.
More than 75,000 federal jobs in nearly two dozen agencies could be performed by private-sector workers, according to job inventories released Thursday.
In a move that ratchets up a surprising separation-of-powers battle between the executive and legislative branches, Congress on Thursday ordered the White House to go through the Government Printing Office to print the 2004 budget.