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SBA under pressure to probe contracting issues

Big companies accused of misrepresenting themselves as small businesses to win federal contract dollars.

Federal IT workforce aging rapidly, study shows

About 45 percent of technology workers will be more than 50 years old by 2008.

Report outlines options for protecting planes from laser weapons

Congressional Research Service says aircraft downing by laser is ‘highly unlikely.’

Defense budget cuts compel military transformation

Amidst a protracted guerrilla campaign in Iraq and ballooning budget deficits, it seems that, like it or not, the services are about to see the light of transformation.

No Peeking

Proposed regulations for the National Security Personnel System should be reviewed and approved in the next few weeks.

Employee relocation costs estimated at more than $4 billion

OMB budget data request reveals that the armed services spent $3.4 billion on relocations in fiscal 2003.

Resignations leave void in top Homeland Security management ranks

An exodus of senior managers raises concerns that critical projects will be delayed and institutional knowledge lost.

Federal workers will get time off for travel

The Office of Personnel Management has set interim rules to award compensatory time off for traveling federal workers.

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