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EADS submits its tanker bid

The Pentagon is expected to award the contract, worth as much as $40 billion, by Nov. 12.

Beleaguered Defense audit agency crafts new vision for the future

Two years after unfavorable GAO report, new director is attempting a difficult reform.

John Streufert of State participated in Thursday’s leadership event.

Telework is vital to government operations, chiefs say

Agency executives weigh in on personnel, financial management and other concerns.

White House kicks off second cost-cutting contest

This year federal employees will help rate their peers’ proposals.

Lawmakers issue protest on Yucca decision

Letter claims the Energy Department is violating the Nuclear Waste Repository Policy Act.

Agencies reduce use of noncompetitive, high-risk contracts

Cost-reimbursement and time-and-materials contracts are on the decline, early fiscal 2010 data shows.

From Nextgov.com: GSA launches satellite communications megacontract

The program will streamline purchases for civilian and Defense agencies to improve communications during emergency situations, analyst says.

Hurricane GOP

Make no mistake about it: There is a wave out there, and for Democrats, the House is, at best, teetering on the edge.

Hiring reform isn't as easy as it looks, officials say

Cutting red tape for job applicants and involving managers in the hunt for mission-critical skills could be more complex than meets the eye.

U.S. seeks to block Arizona law

Obama administration's lawsuit seeks to prevent immigration law from taking effect.