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From Nextgov.com: Could mobile technology have stopped the state dinner security breach?

Some IT specialists say better communications among security forces could foil attempts to sneak into White House events, but others say nothing will fix human error.

NSPS review panel member Robert Tobias sees rollback as an opportunity.

Pentagon pay plan's demise could pave way for broad reforms

Mandate to build a new Defense performance management system creates an opening for governmentwide changes.

Interior details onshore oil and gas lease sales for 2010

Sales to include parcels in National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska after a two-year hiatus.

Watchdog finds ‘pervasive deficiencies’ in Medicare contract management

Office responsible for the health insurance program has failed to implement past recommendations to reduce risk in contracts, GAO says.

Cleaning House

Dealing with ethics problems will be a tough task for House Democrats in 2010.

Obama executive order targets payment errors

Mandate focuses on transparency, accountability and incentives to report improperly issued funds.

IFPTE Legislative Director Matt Biggs backs the regulation.

OPM extends direct hire authority for acquisition jobs

Rule could help recruit the talented acquisition workforce necessary for insourcing efforts, observers say.

Senate confirms procurement policy chief

Daniel Gordon will make strengthening the acquisition workforce a top priority.

Postal Service employees will receive pay raise in December

Agency’s financial woes have no effect on 2006 union agreement, officials say.

GSA is evicting labor officials from federal building in Chicago

Agency believed office was vacant, but union official alleges retribution for filing complaints.