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HHS: Insurers should extend coverage early

Department urges insurance for dependents under 26 before health care reform becomes law in September.

Rivals team up for helicopter contract

Lockheed Martin and Sikorsky Aircraft join forces in competition to build president's fleet.

White House creates advisory board on federal management

Group will offer guidance on government operations, technology.

Revamped Thrift Savings website could be delayed until June

Load tests must be completed and multimedia features will be added as the project evolves, officials say.

Senators subpoena agencies for Fort Hood shooting data

Summons sent to Defense and Justice after months of wrangling over access to investigation information.

Furloughed Transportation workers receive back pay

CBO says back pay for two days of furlough will cost $1 million.

Pentagon chief Robert Gates wants a stronger acquisition workforce.

Defense shapes savvier shoppers

Acquisition university faces the challenge of training thousands of new procurement professionals.

Pentagon to rebid Afghan police training contract

Earlier this year, GAO blocked Army’s plan to pivot the work to an existing Defense contract.

Lawmakers announce initiative to increase diversity on Capitol Hill

After years of focusing on diversity in federal agencies, Congress looks in the mirror.

Junior senator becomes latest Republican to reject earmarks

Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., says though earmarks represent a small fraction of the overall budget, the process is "fundamentally flawed and lacks oversight."