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Defense secretary lets Air Force run tanker contest

Robert Gates emphasizes the need to conduct the procurement properly and complete it quickly.

From Nextgov.com: System to check worker eligibility for federal contractors running smoothly

E-Verify successfully processes an increase in requests to verify employees working at companies that won government contracts after Sept. 8.

From Nextgov.com: Top CIO unveils cloud computing storefront

Site will help agencies hand off IT operations and service to vendors in the coming months.

Three-Part Disharmony

Democrats have three competing schools of thought on the political landscape.

Air Force to issue draft request for new tankers soon

No decision has been made on whether the Air Force or the Pentagon's acquisition executive will run the new procurement effort.

Mullen: Afghan war needs 'more resources'

Joint Chiefs chairman says the United States probably will have to send more troops to Afghanistan to quell rising violence there.

Top admiral affirms commitment to 313-ship fleet

Anything smaller would jeopardize the Navy’s ability to meet future mission requirements, CNO says.

Watchdog: Inadequate staffing has hampered oversight of DHS technology procurement

Department is hiring more full-time employees for its CIO office.

Forward Observer: A Second Chance

Congress needs to reassert its war-making authority and ask the administration's top officials the tough questions on Afghanistan.

Senate majority leader slows action on GSA nominee

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.