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Senate holds take toll on Obama’s record with nominees

The president has been slower than his predecessors in filling top spots.

Biofuel will power the F/A-18 Super Hornet’s Earth Day flight.

Defense is leading the way on clean energy, study says

As government’s largest power consumer, the military services have the most at stake in developing low-cost, low-carbon fuel sources.

Acquisition reform bill clears House panel

Legislation would require the Pentagon to establish better accountability systems.

SBA contracting functions could be moving to Denver

Agency leaders recommend that internal purchases be switched to the Colorado finance center to improve efficiency.

From Nextgov.com: Federal cybersecurity monitoring goes real-time and digital

New rules call for agencies to continuously collect data about security status and stream it to OMB monthly, rather than report quarterly by paper.

Divided Government

If the GOP recaptures the House during the midterm election, it could help President Obama's reelection chances.

Harvard professor nominated to head CMS

Donald Berwick's name had been circulating for months.

Experts suggest eight ways to fix the VA claims backlog

Recommendations include computerizing records, improving coordination with the Defense Department and better prioritizing cases.

GSA announces new chief of staff

Michael Robertson will focus on sustainability, open government, economic recovery and contracting.

Appropriator expects $4 billon fiscal 2011 discretionary cut

The cut would come on top of a White House proposal to freeze nonsecurity discretionary spending for three years.