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GAO: Defense finance systems $6.9 billion over budget, years behind schedule

Department works toward financial audits by focusing on budget data and information about mission-critical assets.

Senate passes continuing resolution

Bill funds federal government through Dec. 3 at fiscal 2010 levels for most programs.

After The Deluge Of 2010

After the election, civil war could break out between the old and the new Republican Party.

Interior official says rebound from drilling moratorium will be slow

It will be difficult for the oil and gas industry to comply with new "appropriate and necessary" safety requirements, according to oversight agency chief.

Stopgap spending measure funds government through Dec. 3

Continuing resolution extends funding at fiscal 2010 levels for most programs.

Senators unveil bill to shape up agency performance

Measure similar to one the House passed in June would require agencies to name officials to improve inefficiency and cut redundant programs.

Military space programs at risk, experts say

Panelists warn that the soaring cost and prolonged development time for new satellites have left nation vulnerable.

Speaker allows vote on intelligence authorization bill

Agreement paves the way for enacting the first such legislation since fiscal 2005.

Lawmakers' message loud and clear on jargon

Senate unanimously approves bill to simplify language in government documents.

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Senator calls for permanent wartime contracting watchdog

Level of waste in Iraq and Afghanistan warrants more focused oversight, says Sen. Claire McCaskill, a former state auditor.

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