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Navy wants to establish a preferred supplier program

Service seeks industry input for creating designation aimed at lowering costs and increasing efficiency.

House takes up F-35 bill

The Pentagon adamantly opposes the alternate engine program and the White House has threatened a veto over it.

Final Senate vote looming on war supplemental

House version of the supplemental includes $500 million in border security funding not contained in Senate bill.

Senator questions Medicare agency’s use of Defense audit unit

Iowa Republican wants to know why the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services still contracts with the beleaguered DCAA.

Dispute over oversight powers stalls intel policy bill

Democrats are trying to work around a threat to veto language allowing GAO to audit intelligence agencies.

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Senators suggest a federal pay freeze to help fund wars

GOP proposals aim to recoup costs partly by holding salaries steady and cracking down on tax delinquent government workers.

Race and gender influence TSP enrollment

Minorities are about 5 percent less likely than nonminorities to participate in the government’s 401(k)-style retirement plan.

Salazar: MMS has 'turned the ship'

Interior chief says department will have zero tolerance for ethical lapses at Minerals Management Service.

F-35 engine battle revs up

Defense secretary makes final appeal to lawmakers to cancel unwanted engine program, while GE head circulates letter of support for the F-35.

Republican Charles Grassley supports training for top feds.

Senator questions cost of senior executives’ education

OPM does not collect data on how many employees participate in training program, or how much it costs the government annually.