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Grand jury issues subpoena to former Interior chief

Probe focuses on whether Gale Norton broke a law that bars government officials from negotiating future jobs with a company that stands to benefit from official actions.

Hill sends mixed signals to imagery firms

Administration is moving forward with plans to buy more satellite imagery from private companies while Congress backs a plan that might ultimately compete with commercial providers.

Recovery Act contracting data set for release

On Thursday, the public will be able to view information on agency-issued contracts; state data will come in two weeks.

Acting Administrator Gale Rossides aims to retain top staff.

TSA works to reduce attrition among top staff

GAO: Fewer senior executives are quitting, but agency needs to identify reasons for departure.

From Nextgov.com: House panel plans cybersecurity training for members and staff

Two events will show users the best practices to protect computer systems , handheld devices and personal data from viruses and hackers.

New USDA research agency already wants more money

Observers worry that without adequate funding, the institute will get bogged down in battles over grants and congressional earmarks.

Senate sends Agriculture spending bill to Obama

Chamber will pick up with Commerce-Justice-Science appropriations on Tuesday.

Both workplace benefits and demands exceed the norm at NRC

Two new IG reports highlight the promise and peril of working for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

Interagency debate over FAS role heats up

Senator questions why Agriculture agency, rather than USAID, is managing agricultural development efforts in Afghanistan.

Report says government should focus on quality of contracting competition

Agencies must streamline acquisitions process and improve cost management to attract best contractors, according to think tank.