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Draft Homeland Security bill directs management changes

First-ever authorization bill for the department seeks to bolster information sharing between federal, state and local agencies.

Acquisition officials offer new details on share-in-savings proposal

Procurement councils issue guidelines for writing such contracts and developing business cases for their use.

House lawmakers favor cuts in e-government projects

Interior appropriations bill would trim more than $1 million in e-gov funding, but boost IT spending in other areas.

House seeks more supercomputing funds

Lawmakers expressed disappointment with President Bush's Energy Department budget request for high-end computing efforts.

Defense opens special pay center for Guard, Reserves

Cleveland office intended to centralize pay expertise in the wake of recent snafus.

Five firefighting air tankers back on duty

Grounded planes pass contractor’s inspection and rejoin the fray in what could be a severe fire season.

GOP leaders face multiple hurdles on spending bills

Measures designed to limit administration's competitive sourcing effort may again prove contentious.

Kerry’s running mate choice sends mixed message to bureaucracy

As a presidential candidate, John Edwards had pledged to cut federal jobs but boost homeland security forces.

Health advocates request more resources for West Nile fight

Several public health experts ask the federal government to gear up for a tough battle against the spreading virus.

The Challenger: What would Kerry do?

In the first of a two-part series on the presidential contenders, we try to find a management reform agenda in John Kerry's campaign proposals.