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From Nextgov.com: Group gives open government plans mediocre marks

Some agencies such as NASA and Housing and Urban Development receive high grades for going beyond White House requirements for transparency, but most others fall short of meeting presidential directive.

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Obama offers strong defense of government in Michigan speech

‘Government is us,’ president says in commencement address, arguing the focus should be on making it work better.

Citizens United prepared for another fundraising case

Group is reviewing a bill aimed at increasing disclosure in political advertising, looking for potential infringements on First Amendment rights.

Lawmaker warns of dwindling time for budget resolution

Decision must come soon for the House to have a chance of passing fiscal 2011 spending bills by August recess, Budget Committee chairman says.

IG: Agencies lack accurate product efficiency information

Energy’s shortcomings mean federal procurement officials rely on out-of-date specifications.

Lori Weltmann inspired more online fairs.

Agency saves time and money with online recruiting

NSA nets hundreds of qualified job candidates with one employee's idea to host a virtual career fair.

Obama halts new offshore drilling but defends plan

Coastal state Democrats call on the president to reconsider drilling strategy in light of Gulf Coast accident and oil spill.

Senator stands firm on consumer protection bureau

Proposed agency is an obstacle in gaining enough Republican votes to pass a bill overhauling the financial regulatory system.

Contracting program to help the disadvantaged riddled with fraud

GAO finds yacht-owning, Lamborghini-driving executives winning millions in 8(a) Business Development Program deals.

From Nextgov.com: VA finds bug that caused mix-up in health exchange system

Glitch that combined patient data or returned incomplete files should be fixed in May.