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Edward DeMarco told staff at Federal Housing Finance Agency they will work during a shutdown.

Shutdown? What shutdown?

If the broader government closes up shop, some self-funded agencies will be immune to the effects.

Inspector general backs NOAA in climate-change dispute

Review of internal e-mails in response to Sen. Inhofe’s charges finds no evidence that federal scientists manipulated data or bypassed peer review.

House GOP working on bill to avert shutdown, deflect blame

Short-term measure will contain about $4 billion in spending decreases and will merge cuts the House passed last week and several Obama has proposed.

GSA names new acquisition chief

Mindy Connolly has been a policy analyst at the Office of Federal Procurement Policy.

Panel Co-Chairman Michael Thibault said changes are “badly needed.”

Wartime contracting commission details years of waste

Panel recommends more oversight and additional resources to restore government capacity.

In major upset, Boeing wins lucrative Air Force tanker contract

Lucrative deal caps years of controversy, is likely to ignite further fights on Capitol Hill.

House Republicans pressure Obama on drilling permits

Letter to president calls for Interior to speed up approval of more deep-water drilling.

Army to probe report that psyops were used on senators

Rolling Stone magazine article alleges manipulation of lamwakers.

Senate Democrats say they are open to more cuts

Both sides portray other as unyielding, though leaders say compromise on spending is possible.

White House says a shutdown is still avoidable

As March 4 looms, a note of optimism emerges.