Gen. Joseph Dunford, the nominee for chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said he’s willing to rethink the acquisition plan for the most expensive weapons program ever.
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The agency said it would notify 21.5 million people and offer at least three years of free identity-protection services, but has not found a contractor that will do so on its behalf.
Gibson promises “sea change” in managing for customer needs.
One former VA supervisor is sentenced for accepting $1 million in kickbacks, while another employee pilfered stone from a cemetery to install flooring at his property.
D.C. judges back FEC's rule aimed at preventing corruption.
VMware and Carahsoft agree to pay $75 million for overcharging agencies.
The case stands as the largest environmental settlement in history.
The Export-Import Bank is at least temporarily out of the business of authorizing new transactions.
Vilsack on civil rights, sequestration and how Congress prevents cost savings.
SBA chief credits Pentagon’s new focus, president’s involvement.