Government’s biggest contractor says it’s working to reduce inefficiencies and cut overhead expenses.
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Logistics officials will focus on “price reasonableness” and signing more long-term contracts.
President Obama’s opinion on the Manhattan mosque is far from expedient -- unfortunately for Democrats.
Agencies watch their wallets and bring work back in-house.
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.