Federal agencies have spent almost $126 million in Gulf Coast contracts.
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The national intelligence office is developing a site that would pair job applicants with suitable federal vacancies.
In Oval Office address marking end of the Iraq war, president says he will focus on jumpstarting the economy and reducing unemployment.
IG raps Army for lack of competition, weak oversight for war zone work.
Agency will ask unions for changes in employee scheduling, wages and benefits, official says.
Survey responses indicate that overall, feds are growing more satisfied with their jobs and managers.
Public outrage over Citizens United has made some corporate political spending radioactive.
Postmasters received incorrect ratings, lower pay than expected, observers say.
Some fear justification rule for contracts of more than $20 million could hinder Native American firms.
The future prospects of the service rest largely on the fate of the Joint Strike Fighter.