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Senate panel OKs spending allocations, amid uncommon partisanship

Appropriators agree to cap fiscal 2011 discretionary spending at $1.114 trillion.

CFOs report rising cost of financial operations

Most surveyed express dissatisfaction with technology investments; want to change annual financial statements.

Full House panel will start on spending bills next week

Committee is slated to consider the Transportation-HUD and the Military Construction-Veterans Affairs appropriations measures.

Contractors caught gaming the system avoid punishment

Eight months after GAO finds fraud in the service-disabled veteran-owed small business program, not a single firm has been suspended.

DHS bottom-up review is long on ambition, short on detail

Lawmakers expected a roadmap for improving management and efficiency.

Obey answers GOP skeptics, plans markup next week

House Appropriations Committee is expected to consider the top-line funding levels for all 12 annual spending bills.

Some names to lead Consumer Bureau start to circulate

Harvard University law professor Elizabeth Warren appears to be the frontrunner.

White House touts advanced vehicle technology investment

Energy report shows federal funding for electric battery research yields economic dividends.

Administration cites progress reining in procurement costs

Contract spending increased by 4 percent in fiscal 2009, a considerably lower growth rate than in prior years.

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