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Agencies in race to smash supercomputing records

Efforts sponsored by NASA and the Energy Department have set new supercomputing standards in the past two weeks.

GAO debates new auditing rules for agencies

Auditors question whether the public sector should follow private sector regulations.

Open season for federal health insurance begins

Federal employees in several states must choose a new carrier before Dec. 13.

Report: Homeland bureau successfully takes on immigration enforcement

Immigration and Customs Enforcement bureau has taken on core jobs previously performed by the Immigration and Naturalization Service, but still faces staffing and budgeting challenges.

Senate cuts top-line spending offer; House seeks sharper knife

Senate appropriators still seeking $6 billion in additional spending above the statutory cap of $821.9 billion.

Navy signs largest public-private housing partnership

Under the initiative, more than $600 million will be invested in upgrading or replacing homes for sailors and their families.

Senate conferees offer compromise on intelligence overhaul

New proposal gives ground on the issue of whether the Pentagon should retain control over part of the intelligence budget.

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