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Suspension of IT contractor has roots in 2008 bid protest

Allegations against GTSI first were leveled by a New Mexico small business two years ago.

FBI says Miranda readings don't hurt Bureau

Officials say reading rights to terrorism suspects does not impede ability to gather intelligence.

GAO denies protest in Air Force tanker contest

Boeing and EADS will be the only bidders for the lucrative contract.

White House issues guidance on greenhouse gas emissions

Documents address how to handle leased space, exclusions and other complex issues.

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ICE sets record for deporting illegal immigrants

Officials say White House’s immigration enforcement record surpasses that of prior administrations.

Are Democrats Waking Up?

A new poll suggests they may turn out to vote in the midterms in higher numbers than expected.

SBA finalizes women’s small business contracting program

Long-awaited regulation identifies 83 industries in which women are underrepresented and are now eligible for set-aside deals.

Solar panels to be installed at White House

Environmental activist says the move could prompt households nationwide to follow suit.

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FEHBP database raises privacy concerns

Observers say OPM’s new tool leaves sensitive patient information vulnerable to attack.

Coming soon: Guidance for creating greenhouse gas inventories

Under White House sustainability requirements, agencies must detail emissions.

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