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OMB pushes measurement of contract costs, performance

"Earned value management" compares actual cost, planned cost and output.

User satisfaction with some agency Web sites down slightly

Survey results show a need for better search and navigation functions.

Smooth confirmation process seen for NASA nominee

Johns Hopkins University physicist Michael D. Griffin would succeed Sean O'Keefe, who resigned in December.

Senator to question Army's acquisition of tech network

Commercial designation of program source of concern for Sen. John McCain.

Forward Observer: Penetrating Debate

Debate is about to heat up on President Bush's request for money to study building a nuclear weapon that could penetrate the earth to kill enemy commanders in their bunkers deep underground.

Homeland Security bureau goes after gangs

Immingration and Customs Enforcement sets new initiative targeting the nation's most violent gangs.

Budget proposal spurs agency chief to seek early retirement

Rehabilitation Services Administration chief Joanne Wilson, who submitted her resignation on Feb. 8, said she "could not follow the administration's lead."

Senator fights to keep state and local security grants

Senate panel chief will not support the administration’s homeland security spending proposal.

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