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Congress seeks to sort out fiscal issues

House, Senate appropriators want to finalize schedule for completing all 11 spending bills before Nov. 18, when current continuing resolution expires.

Veteran procurement official likely to be named to OMB contracting post

Appointment of Paul Denett, former senior procurement executive at Treasury and Interior, could come soon.

Telework guide for managers urges a focus on results

Supervisors should create performance objectives for employees who work away from the office, new guide says.

Base closures now face little opposition

Joint resolution disapproving independent base-closing commission's final recommendations attracts support of only a handful of House members.

After Katrina, Justice weighs changes to wireless communications upgrade

Solicitation for Integrated Wireless Network moves forward, but hurricane prompts review of requirements.

Bush names procurement fraud fighter to second-ranking Justice slot

Paul McNulty is nominated to serve as deputy attorney general.

Concerns linger about plan to bring overseas-based troops home

An independent commission has raised questions about the Pentagon's effort to transform the military into a more expeditionary force based in the United States.

Mayors' group urges bigger military role in emergency response

U.S. Conference of Mayors also recommends "fixing" role of Federal Emergency Management Agency.

Bush to name first DHS preparedness chief

George Foresman currently serves as the Virginia governor's assistant for preparedness.

Senate approves quota for small business participation in eTravel

Negotiators left to work out differences with House, which voted to cut the program.