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Acquisition councils beef up subcontracting oversight

New rule would require agencies to evaluate how well contractors manage their subcontracts.

Marshals Service director leaving agency

During his time as head of the Marshals Service, Benigno Reyna’s agency was criticized for lax protection of the judiciary.

New OPM chief confirmed by Senate

Linda Springer takes over personnel agency during contentious time for the federal workforce.

Senate gearing up for appropriations bills

Observers watch majority leader to gauge if he will move bills in a timely fashion.

Satellite industry executive warns of coming shortage

Recommends changing funding process to allow longer term contracts that generate savings.

NASA chief expands leadership team

Administrator Michael Griffin continues push to revamp agency’s structure.

Veterans Affairs' $1 billion shortfall in health care prompts budget scrum

Department shifted $410 million intended for use in fiscal 2006 and another $600 million from maintenance, repairs and equipment accounts to meet this year's VA healthcare needs.

Pentagon inspector general interviewing ex-acquisitions chief

Sen. John Warner, R-Va., contacted former Pentagon acquisition chief Edward (Pete) Aldridge and urged him to talk to the IG.

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