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Drug industry is wary of Obama's pick for FDA deputy

Joshua Sharfstein has a long and sometimes contentious history with the pharmaceutical industry.

Pentagon aims to bring jobs back in house

Outsourcing has turned out to be more expensive than keeping federal employees, Defense comptroller tells lawmakers.

Obama administration to submit war funding request next week

Defense comptroller says the department needs the money by Memorial Day "to avoid funding problems and to maintain continuity of operations for the troops."

Utah senator threatens hold on Interior deputy nominee

Republican Robert Bennett says he wants to speak to David Hayes and Secretary Ken Salazar about oil and gas leases in his state.

From Nextgov.com: IBM's rumored acquisition of Sun would have little impact

Procurement specialists and company partners predict a consolidation of product lines.

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Early stimulus contracts face scrutiny

Watchdog Earl Devaney already is looking into potential flaws in some initial Recovery Act procurements.

Steep Price

Democrats will pay at the polls in 2010 if the economy doesn’t improve by then.

Panels are planning to consider budget resolution next week

Blueprint will be drafted ahead of Obama's detailed budget request, which is expected in April.

Northrop Grumman willing to divide tanker contract with Boeing

Company has released an internal analysis that says buying two different aircraft could save $10.2 billion over 17 years.

Alaska native corporations defend their programs

Faced with high poverty and unemployment, native Alaskans rely on ANC contracts to pull themselves up.