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Firm withdraws protest of ID card services contract

GSA officials are weighing how to proceed with next contract for end-to-end services to help agencies meet presidential mandate.

Senators call for delay in closing EPA libraries

Legislators join unions and advocacy group in calling for greater scrutiny of closures plan.

Groups push to advance package of Army Corps projects

Bill held up in conference committee negotiations; Senate version has stricter criteria for independent reviews of projects.

Midterm power shifts can breed overconfidence

The aftermaths of the 1946 and 1994 elections offer lessons for Democrats, should they win control of Congress.

IRS chief warns tax industry of growing debate over online filing services

Mark Everson said Congress may order the agency to provide its own tax preparation services.

Bush picks Homeland Security management chief

Paul Schneider would replace Janet Hale, who was credited with helping unite the 22 legacy agencies and 180,000 workers that formed the department.

USDA to overhaul office advancing U.S. ag interests abroad

Administrator cites understaffing in the sciences and says he would like to hire 60 employees.

Defense unit pitches executive performance management software

About 90 senior executives at acquisition training facility will be taught the program by the end of the year.

Senate oversight panel unlikely to see big post-election changes

Democratic takeover could, however, trigger musical chairs in committee leadership.

Protective service finalizes report on finances, but misses deadline

Lawmakers had asked for a description of how a budget shortfall developed at the Homeland Security division.