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White House to Agencies: Embrace Offbeat Methods for Buying Tech

Innovative procurement methods can provide agencies with more bang for their buck, White House officials say.

Rep. Tom Petri, R-Wis.

Lawmaker Invites Review of His Advocacy for a Defense Contractor in His District

Retiring Wisconsin Republican says he is looking forward to the results of the inquiry he requested earlier this year.

Cyber Airmen from the 24th Air Force at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas.

Air Force Inks $291 Million Deals for Commodity Aircraft Supplies

Contracts cover wide range of gear including handheld computers.

CBO: Sequestration Cuts Are Unlikely This Year

The 2014 budget remains sufficient to avoid across-the-board reductions before the fiscal year ends.

Oil Industry Threatens to Take Its Underwater Air Guns and Go Home

The Interior Department said that it would allow the oil industry to use seismic cannons to search for oil and gas.

President Obama wanted to limit lobbyists' influence on government but found it's easier said than done.

It Just Got Easier to Lobby Federal Agencies

Facing litigation, the Obama administration rolls back restrictions aimed at curbing special interests.

IRS Gave Sensitive Data to Convict Sentenced to 21 Years

And failed to do background checks on many other contract workers who handled taxpayer files.