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Sen. Thomas Carper, D-Del.

Senators Want a Proper Count of Intelligence Contractors

Agencies need to know 'who is working for them and why,' oversight chairman says.

Michael Bruce, a patient at the Sacramento Veterans Affairs Medical Center, watches a Veterans Day ceremony held at the center in Rancho Cordova, Calif.

VA Expects Award of New Patient-Scheduling Contract by September

Anticipates lengthy transition from old to new system.

An artist drawing provided by Lockheed Martin shows a Block III GPS satellite orbiting the Earth.

Air Force Looks to Ditch Lockheed After GPS Satellite Delays

The service seeks other vendors to build 22 of 30 satellites.

Can Your Agency's CIO Stop a Project That Isn’t Performing?

Federal chief information officers often lack the authority to do their jobs, GAO says.

Defense Secretary Robert Gates, right, addresses the audience while former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld looks on during Rumsfeld's portrait unveiling ceremony at the Pentagon, in 2010.

Vanity Portraits: Not Much of a Drain on the Budget

It turns out agencies don’t spend much on paintings of their leaders.

Executive Order Will Ban Contractors from Discriminating Against Gay Employees

Plan is to pressure Congress to pass broader law applying to employers nationwide, according to reports.

The Stratasys Objet24 printer starts at $19,900.

The FBI Is Getting Its Own, Personal 3D Printer for Studying Bombs

One Stratasys Objet24 desktop-sized machine will be delivered to Quantico for forensic analysis of IEDs.

Labor Secretary Thomas Perez

Labor Gets Ready to Raise the Minimum Wage for Federal Contractors

Secretary says the boost slated to take effect Jan. 1, 2015, will improve government services.