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Report finds federal regulations have delayed stimulus projects

Agencies tell GAO that requirements to purchase goods domestically and pay prevailing wages to workers have held up some Recovery Act projects.

House minority whip says GOP will say 'no' on health deal

Virginia Rep. Eric Cantor's comments are the latest evidence that any hope for a health agreement is probably little more than wishful thinking.

Mississippi governor seeks to help block EPA move

Haley Barbour is drafting a letter to governors asking them to support effort to block agency from regulating greenhouse gases under the Clean Air Act.

From Nextgov.com: Security must be a consideration as acquisition databases are combined

GSA and IBM, which just won a $74.4 million contract to consolidate nine systems, still need to come up with a plan to protect proprietary information.


New Air Force program aims to groom civilian executives

Service will designate dozens of senior positions to serve as stepping stones to the SES.


Coming soon: Revamped spending Web site and more

Performance chief Jeff Zients says IT tools will increase accountability and improve data quality.

Obama creates debt panel

Former Sen. Alan Simpson, R-Wyo., and Erskine Bowles, White House chief of staff to President Clinton, will lead commission.

General warns of unmanned aircraft 'infatuation'

Air Force Lt. Gen. David Deptula says certain missions, such as carrying nuclear weapons, would likely require a pilot.

Senator looks into hike in HHS travel costs

Top Republican on the Finance Committee wants to know whether growth in fiscal 2008 represents a trend.

Anti-government movement shouldn't be anti-governing, says former lawmaker

The Tea Party eventually must become part of the political process to be effective, says moderate Republican Tom Davis.