Auditors estimate the long-term savings will be about 70 percent lower than projected in 2005.
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Gallup finds mixed public perception of agencies’ performance, while military earns top marks.
The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee plans to hold a Thursday hearing on the shootings.
Democratic Rep. Chris Van Hollen says reform would not adversely affect FEHBP enrollees.
Social Security inspector general reports the agency's systems will no longer be able to manage the rising workload by 2012, three years before a new data center is completed.
Mine-resistant, all-terrain vehicles mark a significant departure from the slow development cycles typical of most major defense programs, says Pentagon chief.
Agriculture official's nomination sparks concerns about the future of USDA research programs and USAID's relationship with State.
Proposed change to the Federal Acquisition Regulation would put burden on contractors, rather than the government.
Defense secretary is creating a departmentwide task force aimed at combating the growing threat of improvised explosive devices in Afghanistan.
Top Defense official says department must be nimble in providing soldiers with state-of-the-art technologies.