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GAO, Navy add to growing list of federal data breaches

Rash of breaches prompts OMB to release new checklist of information security safeguards.

Flooding closes several Washington-area agencies

Thousands of federal employees told to go, or stay, home Monday as downpours hit the capital region.

Transportation secretary to depart next month

Norman Mineta, lone Democrat in Bush Cabinet, has served since the beginning of the administration.

EEOC, OPM should work together on diversity, auditors say

GAO survey finds agency roles redundant, ineffective.

House votes to block Walter Reed outsourcing; Army moves forward

If Senate follows suit, transition to private base operations contractor could be in jeopardy.

Army Corps employees win public-private competition for IT work

Award could still result in job loss, as the in-house proposal involves teaming with a contractor.

VA official defends memos restricting IT centralization

Department’s general counsel says he was limited to interpreting the current law and could not make a policy decision.

Kicking In, Not Back

Encouraging short-timers to keep their heads in the game.

House committees probe Alaska Native contracting program

"Laziness" among contracting officers cited as problem, along with program design.

Safavian found guilty on four criminal charges

Former procurement official to remain at liberty before Oct. 12 sentencing.