Agencies watch their wallets and bring work back in-house.
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Difficulty staying in touch with employees and monitoring productivity might have soured supervisors on the arrangement, executives association official says.
Ousted official refuses Secretary Tom Vilsack's offer to take a civil rights post.
Efraim Diveroli, who delivered faulty munitions to Afghan security forces through a Pentagon contract, is arrested again on firearms charges.
The arrangement boosts productivity, cost savings, recruitment and retention, and quality of life, says Virginia Democratic Rep. Gerry Connolly.
Modernization of paper-based payment system for retirees is among the initiatives getting a second look.
As budgets tighten, the Defense Department and its contractors look for ways to cut costs and improve efficiency.
President blames move on Republican obstruction.
Lawmakers say practice of retaining images taken during screening procedures at a federal courthouse in Florida could compromise individuals’ privacy.
This year's shortfall is projected to represent 9.1 percent of the gross domestic product, second only to last year's 9.9 percent mark.