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Prime contractors vexed by reimbursement rules

Vendors cite confusing guidelines on what they can charge agencies for work done by subcontractors under GSA schedule contracts.

OSC chief defends management of agency

Lawmakers question head of Office of Special Counsel on efforts to transfer employees and cut agency’s backlog of whistleblower complaints.

House subpanel OKs $57 billion for Justice, Commerce and State

Bill would increase funding for FBI, Drug Enforcement Administration, U.S. Marshals Service and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

Senators grill FBI chief over failed Virtual Case File system

Subcommittee chairman says Congress may play larger role in overseeing agency's information systems overhaul.

Forward Observer: People, Not Paper

Nobody is looking into the faces of those serving in the military as they parse in bloodless reports and pork-driven congressional hearings the base closing recommendations of Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and his Pentagon team.

U.S. marshal’s murder trial expected to last three weeks

Deputy U.S. Marshal Arthur L. Lloyd stands charged with first-degree murder in death of Navy seaman Ryan Todd Stowers.

TSA examines conflict of interest charges against contractor

Lockheed Martin comes under fire for training and testing federal airport screeners while competing to win their jobs.

VA, union at odds over laundry privatization

Decision to close Veterans Affairs laundry facility spawns debate over cheapest route to clean linens.

Chairman removes health care provision from defense measure

Amendment would have opened the Tricare system to all National Guard members and reservists.