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Homeland Security to bring 3,200 contractor positions in-house

Acquisition official says these contractors are doing work that should be performed exclusively by federal employees.

Procurement nominee earns high marks from acquisition community

Career civil servant Daniel Gordon is said to be fair, straightforward and extremely knowledgeable.


Performance chief promises to help managers overcome challenges

Jeffrey Zients also vows to change the role of OMB to one that is more collaborative.

Senate work on Defense bill will spill into next week

Chamber faces a long list of pending amendments that will push the debate into Tuesday.

Navy chief sets intelligence reorganization

The dramatic changes also will involve creation of a Navy Cyber Command.

Senate bill would protect contractor whistleblowers

New legislation also would apply to employees of state and local governments and nonprofits that receive federal funds.

Survey: Feds beat private sector on vision, lag on management

Managers understand and embrace their agencies’ missions, but organizations lack effective operational practices.

Obama signs bill to keep agencies running

Continuing resolution gives Congress an extra month to pass individual appropriations measures.

Senate breaks with Obama, favors buying more C-17s

The White House strongly opposes the addition of the cargo planes, but has stopped short of threatening a veto over the program.

Border fence, detainee issues dominate debate

Final Homeland Security spending bill likely will not include funding for physical fencing along the Southwest border, but is expected to include language regarding the transfer of Guantanamo detainees to the United States.