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House leader to seek boost in health premium subsidy

Steny Hoyer, D-Md., again backs measure that would raise the share of premiums covered by the government from 72 percent to 80 percent.

GSA works to restore contracting relationship with Pentagon

The agency is coordinating with the Defense comptroller to reinforce proper management of department funds, among other steps.

White collar crime specialist discusses swell in ethics prosecutions

New rules could be on horizon for government contractors, former federal official says.

Appropriators ask HUD to fix Gulf Coast funding glitch

Spokeswoman says the agency is ready to work with lawmakers to resolve the issue.

Immigration agency outsources food service at detention centers

Bureau expects to save $5 million over three years by contracting the work to an Alaska Native firm, but some are skeptical the transition will go smoothly.

GSA chief seeks probe of inspector general's office

Lawyer for agency administrator Lurita Doan requests an inquiry into whether IG officials leaked information on an investigation of her.

Senators seek probe of Federal Protective Service budget issues

Lawmakers ask GAO to look into the service’s placement, and its ability to manage contract guards.

Nonprofit wins grant to offer federal management training

The $4 million award also will go toward bringing speakers to educate young people about public service.

OMB: Financial system consolidation already tested

Over the past decade, seven large agencies have moved to shared service centers for financial management systems, administration officials say.

Senator introduces contracting reform legislation

Bill would limit subcontracting, boost competition and transparency, and address acquisition workforce problems.