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Private sector advises acquisition panel

Proctor & Gamble executives offer tips for buying services.

Vets’ Preference

OPM officials say new form streamlines veterans’ preference regulations.

Group launches system to link emergency agencies

National Emergency and Alerting Response System would deploy emergency messaging by using national data standards.

Shuttle’s return to space hits pothole

Oversight panel says NASA has not completed two internal reviews that are needed for report on readiness.

Sources say senator is blocking base closure nominations

Sen. Trent Lott, a staunch opponent of BRAC, may prevent confirmation of former VA Secretary Anthony Principi and eight other panel nominees.

Arizona border program gets more agents but no drones

DHS will not deploy unmanned planes in border control initiative.

Commission: Problems plague intelligence community, despite reform efforts

Final report includes 74 recommendations, some of which are intended to clear up confusion created by new intelligence reform law.

Navy to hold online training sessions on Defense personnel system

Courses to include “change management, coaching, performance management, interpersonal communications, and strategic alignment and thinking.”

With top Air Force slots vacant, Pentagon takes over procurement programs

Action is "not a punitive one," says Defense undersecretary.

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