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Sen. Tom Carper, D-Del., urged better tracking.

Misbehaving Contractors Might Be in Luck At These Agencies

GSA and State are doing the worst job of tracking past performance, though all major agencies have improved recently, auditors find.

Agencies Fail to Accurately Document Grants Worth Billions

Information reported on USASpending.gov doesn’t match other federal data.

“When we hit our small business procurement target, it’s a win,” said SBA Administrator Maria Contreras-Sweet Friday.

Agencies Hit Small Business Contracting Targets

While spending was down, small businesses secured a greater percentage of the dollars spent.

Is This a Different Kind of HealthCare.gov Contract?

In some ways, it looks a lot like the old contracts.

HealthCare.gov Official: Expect Glitches in November

Still, the agency responsible for the site is in a "vastly different situation," official tells Congress.

Obama Signs Order Boosting Federal Contract Worker Rights

President requires companies to disclose labor law violations, asks agencies to consider withholding contracts.

 House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa, R-Calif., right, reacts to Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va.

Why Federal IT Reform Is Getting Cheaper

Pared-down Senate bill is projected to cost less than House-passed measure.

Want to Fix Federal IT Contracting? Don’t Just Focus on IT

Group calls for broad overhaul of the acquisition system writ large -- not just tech fix.

'$10.10 Is Not Enough,' Low-Wage Federal Contract Workers Tell Obama

Lawmakers from Progressive Caucus join in call for higher hourly wages, collective bargaining rights.