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Labor law violators raking in federal contracts

Firms with $6 billion in government business in fiscal 2009 have been cited for breaking employment, health and safety rules, according to GAO.

SBA suspends contractor GTSI from federal work

Agency says company participated in a "scheme" to win small-business set-aside contracts.

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Obama's signature keeps government in business

President approves stopgap spending bill keeping the government running through Dec. 3.

Watchdogs rap Defense information office for improper fee collection

Officials find former administrator engaged in ‘gross mismanagement.’

Finally, Congress approves Coast Guard authorization bill

Four years in the making, measure will allow service to proceed with long-sought reorganization.

From Nextgov.com: CDC increases competition with $5 billion IT contract

The 10-year indefinite delivery-indefinite quantity pact awarded to 30 companies that will provide information management, management consulting and IT infrastructure.

Lawmakers tackle interagency reform

Proposed personnel system would integrate national security expertise across government.

USPS ends year with $6 billion loss

Officials continue to push workforce flexibility and reduced delivery to restore agency to financial health.

House approves spending bill -- and skips town

Continuing resolution funding federal government heads to President Obama.

OMB nominee still on hold as Landrieu pushes drilling

Senate Democrats had wanted to approve Jacob Lew before leaving to campaign for the midterm elections, but the hold scuttled those plans.

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