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House minority leader seeks open debt panel meetings

The final recommendations are scheduled to be presented to Congress by Dec. 1.

Grassley might oppose Treasury nominee

Republican lawmaker has concerns over the use of certain tax breaks by Obama's pick for undersecretary of domestic finance.


Contractors could make or break Afghanistan surge

Agencies are aiming to steer clear of the waste, fraud and corruption that plagued Iraq procurements.

From Nextgov.com: Army will tap its ‘digital natives’ for apps

Contest under way to award $30,000 in prize money for software programs that will fundamentally change the way the Army operates.

Coast Guard takes control from Deepwater's integrators

Homeland Security is no longer relying on a contractor team to coordinate development of the fourth national security cutter.

Navy chief optimistic F-35 will enter fleet on schedule

The service will benefit from being third in line to receive the fighter jets, top officer says.

Army awards KBR more work in Iraq

Days after losing a $20 million award fee because of poor performance, the Army awards the firm a task order to provide support services.

What Can Save the Democrats?

It's hard to see how passing health care will change the current political trajectory.

Procurement policy office surveys agencies on tax-delinquent contractors

Federal officials’ responses are due by March 17.

Administration takes first crack at controversial women’s procurement program

SBA’s proposed rule increases number of industries in which women-owned firms are considered underrepresented.