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Defense bill mandates audit of GSA contracting procedures

Compliance with contracting rules is needed if agency wants Defense business, proposed law says.

Inspector general says TSA doled out unequal awards to employees

Agency administrator says parts of report are “inaccurate and misleading” and insists changes are being made.

Ridge statement sows confusion on cybersecurity chief

He said the position would be elevated to the assistant secretary level, but officials now say details haven't been worked out yet.

Tie Game

For the first time in this campaign, the presidential race is dead even.

Agency hiring methods called ineffective

Price of poor assessment of candidates includes higher turnover, lost productivity and greater absenteeism.

Congress orders Pentagon to review sexual misconduct policies

The 2005 Defense Authorization bill requires the Pentagon to standardize policies, review the military justice system and expand the task force examining the service academies.

Compromise on job competition protests gets mixed review

House-Senate agreement rekindles debate over federal employees’ rights to challenge A-76 decisions.

Air Force acquisition chief won support of ex-colleagues before sentencing

In letters to court, high-ranking federal officials praised Darleen Druyun for innovative management under deals she now admits favored Boeing.

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