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Anti-government movement shouldn't be anti-governing, says former lawmaker

The Tea Party eventually must become part of the political process to be effective, says moderate Republican Tom Davis.

Pentagon will ramp up F-35 review

Defense procurement chief is confident that the department can bring down costs on the planes.

Inspector general faults TSA's internal controls

Agency failed to properly redact a public contract solicitation containing sensitive information before posting it online last year.

Analysis: Getting Appointees Up to Speed

The White House orientation program is not enough; new political executives need agency-specific guidance.

One year later, administration touts stimulus impact

More than $140 billion has been obligated for project-related activities; pace of spending is expected to increase in 2010.

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Defense launches General Schedule training program

GS 101 is an online course designed to help employees transition from the Pentagon’s personnel system.

Politics and Government

In the past year, Republicans have cobbled together some pro forma proposals, but they certainly haven't made many good-faith efforts at producing public policy.

Obama to propose deficit panel this week

White House is trying to reach out to Republicans on the issue, but they have been critical of the presidential panel.

Sen. Claire McCaskill was encouraged by what she saw.

Senator cites progress in Afghanistan contract oversight

Agencies have better acquisition-monitoring systems in Afghanistan than they did in Iraq, Missouri Democrat says following a visit.

TSP’s international fund continues to slide

Economic turmoil in Europe is adversely affecting the I Fund, according to plan administrators.