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Senate Committee plans review of procurement reform

In a sign that procurement reform may soon receive more congressional scrutiny, the Senate Governmental Affairs Committee last week called on the General Accounting Office to investigate the fees agencies charge on multiple-agency contracts and separately, the needs of the government’s acquisition workforce.

Military recruiting improving, but remains fragile

Military leaders are cautiously optimistic about the services’ improving ability to recruit and retain adequate numbers of troops, but they warn that it’s far too soon to claim victory in the ongoing battle to sustain the all-volunteer force.

A-76 competitions may not hurt federal workers’ pay

The public-private competition process may not cause cuts in pay and benefits for federal workers, according to a new General Accounting Office report.