The Office of Management and Budget has ordered agencies to submit lists of jobs considered “inherently governmental” with their 2001 FAIR Act inventories--a move that could lead to more outsourcing.
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As agencies seek to meet a Bush administration mandate to put thousands of jobs up for competition with private firms, many are considering simply converting some of their jobs to contract positions without competitions.
Two rules will be issued Tuesday that portend the demise of controversial contractor ethics regulations issued at the end of the Clinton administration.
The Defense Department hires the equivalent of more than 700,000 employees annually to perform tasks under service contracts ranging from mowing grass at military bases to testing key weapon systems, according to a new Pentagon report.
A recent inspector general audit turned up a $409 sink that could replace the Pentagon’s legendary $600 hammer as the latest symbol of government waste.