No decision has been made on whether the Air Force or the Pentagon's acquisition executive will run the new procurement effort.
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Joint Chiefs chairman says the United States probably will have to send more troops to Afghanistan to quell rising violence there.
Anything smaller would jeopardize the Navy’s ability to meet future mission requirements, CNO says.
Department is hiring more full-time employees for its CIO office.
Congress needs to reassert its war-making authority and ask the administration's top officials the tough questions on Afghanistan.
Aides said Harry Reid, D-Nev., delayed confirmation of Martha Johnson while seeking assurances that the agency did not discourage federal employees from traveling to Las Vegas for conferences.
The controversial electronic system that checks a worker's immigration status against federal databases is set to expire at the end of September.
Federal stimulus contracting data to be available by mid-October, while state contracts, grants and loans will be published on Oct. 30.
Legislative language would allow the Pentagon to start developing a version of the fighter jet that could be sold to allies.
Officials fear a lack of liquidity could stall economic recovery.