Two leading Senate Republicans have urged the General Services Administration to repeal a regulation allowing agencies to deny federal contracts to firms that have been accused of violating federal laws.
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The CIA’s edgy experiment in acquiring cutting-edge technology is a qualified success, according to a review by independent business executives.
With the economic slowdown hurting prospects for new high-tech and corporate clients, Washington’s public relations firms are turning to a line of business many of them once shunned: contracts from the federal government.
The Bush administration will seek a single round of military base closures in 2003 after a comprehensive review of all Defense Department installations, the Pentagon announced Thursday.