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Navy chief optimistic F-35 will enter fleet on schedule

The service will benefit from being third in line to receive the fighter jets, top officer says.

Army awards KBR more work in Iraq

Days after losing a $20 million award fee because of poor performance, the Army awards the firm a task order to provide support services.

What Can Save the Democrats?

It's hard to see how passing health care will change the current political trajectory.

Administration takes first crack at controversial women’s procurement program

SBA’s proposed rule increases number of industries in which women-owned firms are considered underrepresented.

Agriculture chief says black farmer discrimination settlement needs $1.15B

Obama administration wants Congress to provide the money by March 31, says Secretary Tom Vilsack.

Air Force secretary says F-35 cost to breach legal limit

Price tag could trigger a congressional review and force the Pentagon to prove the program is critical to national security, says Michael Donley.

From Nextgov.com: FCC to propose new video archive in national broadband plan

Video.gov would expand upon Data.gov by archiving agencies’ video , information from other branches of government, and allowing public and broadcast media to contribute footage.

Postal Service outlines plan to stay afloat

Increased flexibility and eliminating Saturday delivery are critical to long-term financial viability, officials say.

Alan Bersin has yet to receive a Senate hearing.

Stalled border security nomination worries former commissioners

The 57,000-employee Customs and Border Protection bureau has been without top leaders for one year.