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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.

Energy separates contracts for Los Alamos, Lawrence Livermore

The University of California will need to enter multiple contests in order to keep running the federal nuclear laboratories.

Privacy group sues TSA, Justice over airline passenger data

Complaint alleges agencies have failed to adequately respond to Freedom of Information Act requests.

Senator takes aim at acquisition revolving door

Contracting officials may have to wait longer to join companies to which they’ve awarded large contracts.

OPM pushes on-the-spot hiring

But one expert on the subject says direct hiring authority should be used only in limited situations.

Defense Department drafts stronger software security rules

More stringent requirements could be in place by the end of next year.

Official: Technology won't stand in way of transfer of threat analysis

There are no technological barriers to transferring authority for analyzing intelligence on terrorist threats from CIA to Homeland Security.

Frustrated intelligence reformers see window of opportunity

Forty studies dating back almost to the birth of the CIA have lamented that no one's really in charge of the nation's intelligence apparatus.