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Congress set to back measure to keep agencies open in new fiscal year

Approach would require lame-duck session after elections to finalize fiscal 2005 agency budgets.

Proposed changes to Pentagon sexual misconduct policy draw mixed reaction

Comprehensive proposal not widely supported by Congressional Women's Caucus, which was expected to spearhead passage of the bill.

Major defense contractors reap billions in no-bid contracts, report finds

Study shows almost half of all Pentagon contracts since 1998 were awarded without full and open competitions.

Military depots may be underestimating depot work contracted out

GAO says services may be using flawed data in attempts to comply with 50-50 law.

IRS measuring effect of “10 Deadly Sins”

Officials are still in the early stages of measuring the effect of Section 1203 on tax enforcement, GAO says.

Contractor to run governmentwide hotel booking program

Travel services company tapped to manage the Federal Premier Lodging Program.

Debates and Developments

Disaster in the debates and unforeseen developments in Iraq are the only remaining obstacles in President Bush's path to re-election.

Senators accuse Air Force officials of hiding Boeing probe documents

Air Force official said e-mail records were not relevant to Senate Armed Services Committee investigation.

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