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Probes take their toll on Iraq contractor

Despite its longtime record as a government contractor, recent inquiries into Halliburton's activities in Iraq may have tarnished the company's reputation.

House shelves naming conferees for homeland bill

House GOP confident work on the spending bill can be completed next week.

Ex-Pentagon procurement executive gets jail time

Darleen Druyun admits she conspired to help Boeing obtain a multibillion-dollar Pentagon contract while serving as the Air Force acquisition chief.

DHS is failing to lead watch-list integration, IG says

Poor coordination, weak leadership hampers completion of terrorist list, critical in improving security, report says

Contractor disputes watchdog group’s criticism of Defense Travel System

Claims that the travel management system is wasteful and cumbersome are inaccurate, says DTS contractor.

Emergency responders rap federal incident management system

U.S. moving too fast to tie National Incident Management System implementation to first responder funding, they say.

Civil liberties issues arise in Senate intelligence overhaul debate

Privacy and civil protections offered in the bill are called "overkill."

Proposed changes to Pentagon sexual misconduct policy draw mixed reaction

Comprehensive proposal not widely supported by Congressional Women's Caucus, which was expected to spearhead passage of the bill.

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