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GAO gives thumbs down to West Point outsourcing

Watchdog finds the process for awarding nearly 400 positions to a Georgia company was severely flawed and recommends canceling the decision.

Lawmakers eye new spending extension

A senior House Republican aide said the new resolution is likely to fund the government until Dec. 15.

House panel OKs consumer protection agency

Move is a victory for the Obama administration in its push to revamp the financial regulatory system and a defeat for the banking lobby.

Senators bemoan H1N1 vaccine shortages

Government will have about 30 million doses of vaccine by the end of October, which is about 10 million fewer than had been projected.

USDA restructures management offices

None of the 2,800 employees affected will face layoffs, but some could be offered incentives to leave.

Jobs Nightmare

The prospect of the jobless rate hovering around 10 percent leading up to the 2010 midterm election should keep Democrats up at night.

Army makes progress on plan for next combat vehicle

The service is seeking industry input on what is technologically feasible and affordable before it puts out a request for proposals.

Capt. Courtney Lee administers a flu shot to Staff Sgt. Alecia Dunmire.

Defense has vested interest in tracking flu

Military commanders in Iraq and Afghanistan brace for a new enemy: the H1N1 virus.

Critics take aim at pending spending bills

Senate poised to approve Homeland Security appropriations measure, which would provide $42.8 billion in discretionary funds, and excludes two E-Verify provisions.

House majority leader 'frustrated' by slow pace in Senate

The House has passed all 12 fiscal 2010 spending bills, but few of them have moved through the Senate.