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Forward Observer: F-35 Challenges Gates

Briefing shows it will cost almost twice as much to fly the fighter jets for one hour as it does the existing F/A-18A through D models and AV-8.

Obama to unveil fiscal 2011 budget on Feb. 1

Budget request will follow priorities outlined in the president's State of the Union address on Jan. 27.

Professor launches fight to save consumer protection agency

The agency won't reach its full potential if it's placed under another department such as Treasury, advocate says.

Senator: Obama favors panel on deficit

President is likely to create a commission by executive order if legislation fails, Ohio Republican says.


Survey: Many federal contractors saw boost despite recession

Half of respondents report increased revenue during the past year, but low profits.

From Nextgov.com: Agencies step up efforts to coordinate Haiti relief

Poor telecommunications, overwhelmed airport continue to frustrate operations.

House majority leader touts deficit reduction commission, pay/go

Comments come as Senate is looking at debt ceiling increase.

States get expanded role in Guard policy

A bipartisan Council of Governors will advise the administration on National Guard and other homeland defense issues.

Congress and unions cut a deal on health care.

Feds are left out of excise tax compromise

A proposed five-year delay of the Cadillac tax does not apply to most federal employees’ health care plans.

Defense takes aim at contractor business systems

Proposed rule would allow contracting officers to withhold fees if systems for accounting, purchasing or estimating are deemed deficient.