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Cheney had no hand in Halliburton award, officials say

Defense, Army witnesses testify there was no contact over multibillion-dollar Iraqi oil-field contract.

Two union-backed outsourcing measures added to Senate Defense bill

New rights for civil servants to challenge outsourcing decisions could get stripped out in conference.

Auditors find use of Iraq contracts is a mixed bag

Defense says its process has ‘matured’ since the March 2003 invasion.

Budget deal still under negotiation; homeland spending bill moves forward

Conservatives balk at a proposed Senate rule change in fiscal 2005 budget legislation to reinstate "pay/go" offset requirements for three or five years.

Homeland Department seeks technology to detect suicide bombers

The House Appropriations Committee included $9.7 million in the fiscal 2005 homeland security spending bill for the initiative.

Tricare pharmacy program recovers from rocky beginning

Claims being processed at high volumes after initial computer glitch is resolved.

Whistleblowers ask federal workers to come forward with 9/11 evidence

Justice Department moves to prevent whistleblower, Congress and federal court from disclosing information about attacks.

Forest Service makes fresh beginning on job competition effort

OMB agrees to let agency off the hook on monitoring the results of dozens of small contests.

Justices limit courts' role in forcing agencies to act

Ruling stops effort to force Bureau of Land Management to move more aggresively to protect western lands from off-road vehicles.

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