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Senator upbraids colleagues for dodging Iraq timeline

Democrats should offer a stronger voice of dissent on national security issues, Wisconsin legislator says Monday.

House GOP leaders seek action on budget resolution

Vote on blueprint could come as early as Thursday; measure would set $873 billion cap on fiscal 2007 discretionary spending.

Insider named GSA’s acting chief of IT procurement

John Johnson now oversees major governmentwide acquisitions for the agency.

GSA offers buyouts to 400 employees

Agency officials said buyouts will supersede traditional layoffs to counter GSA’s low revenues.

Managers get advice on meeting new financial reporting requirement

IT and risk analysis are tools for CFO Act agencies facing June 30 deadline on internal control assurances.

Postal Service fights overhaul bill's accounting language

Provision in question would prevent use of revenue from first-class mail to subsidize competitive products.

Navy shipbuilder defends subsidy for post-Katrina repairs

Failure to approve the money could delay ship production and drive up costs by as much as $500 million, company argues.

Continuing flaws in anthrax programs cited

GAO says formal plan for testing, sample collection needed; schedule for contract to develop vaccine is too stringent.

House panel signals opposition to dismantling FEMA

A Senate committee recently recommended completely overhauling the agency and giving it a new name.

DHS to design interoperability standards for emergency communications equipment

Since 2003, the department has allocated more than $2.1 billion to states for communications equipment and training.