The controversial electronic system that checks a worker's immigration status against federal databases is set to expire at the end of September.
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Federal stimulus contracting data to be available by mid-October, while state contracts, grants and loans will be published on Oct. 30.
Legislative language would allow the Pentagon to start developing a version of the fighter jet that could be sold to allies.
Officials fear a lack of liquidity could stall economic recovery.
Cass Sunstein will head OMB's Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs.
Carl Levin, D-Mich., says move would be more effective than sending more U.S. combat troops to the country.
Homeland Security officials will examine how a normal training event in Washington led to fear of a terrorist incident during Sept. 11 memorial ceremonies.
AgLearn will provide more social media tools for employees to use and serve as a model for job training programs in China.
New report raises doubts about the mechanism many agencies use to finance facilities upgrades.
OMB Watch calls for more comprehensive reporting from subrecipients and enhanced performance metrics for stimulus projects.