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Coast Guard port security assessment program called inadequate

GAO auditors conclude the service’s program lacks a fully developed strategic plan.

Probes take their toll on Iraq contractor

Despite its longtime record as a government contractor, recent inquiries into Halliburton's activities in Iraq may have tarnished the company's reputation.

Executives' association challenges conflict-of-interest interpretation

Office of Government Ethics limits work activities of executives who take positions on Senior Executives Association board.

Lawmakers seek financial accountability in intelligence reform

House members draft language that would ask new national intelligence director to select head of finance.

House shelves naming conferees for homeland bill

House GOP confident work on the spending bill can be completed next week.

Personnel chief says officials avoid veterans hiring rules

Some federal managers intentionally avoid laws that provide employment protection for veterans and reservists, says OPM Director Kay Coles James.

Ex-Pentagon procurement executive gets jail time

Darleen Druyun admits she conspired to help Boeing obtain a multibillion-dollar Pentagon contract while serving as the Air Force acquisition chief.

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