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Arizona sues feds over border ‘failure’

State complains Homeland Security has not installed cameras, sensors, fencing and other barriers to attain 'operational control' of the U.S.-Mexico line.

USPS employees expense $600,000 in excess travel costs

Watchdog discovers workers paid for private trips and adult entertainment with agency credit cards.

Energy budget holds major cuts

Proposal slashes spending for hydrogen and fossil fuel research programs and shutters parts of two national labs.

From Nextgov.com: Cybersecurity bill could be stalled by House-Senate differences

Issue of whether to tackle protections piecemeal or as a package are unresolved, along with question of where to centralize federal authority.

GAO calls Pentagon policies inconsistent on medical care in war zones

Conflicting guidance on routine treatment for civilian employees and service members could pose problems, report finds.

Energy Secretary Steven Chu announced the freeze in late December.

Energy to reinvest savings from freezing contractor salaries

Laboratory workers in New York are upset the money will not go toward deficit reduction.

SBA makes first major revision to 8(a) program in a decade

Final rule changes affecting Alaska native corporations revamps joint ventures and mentor-protégé relationships.

House GOP releases spending plan with $100 billion in cuts

Move is designed to meet promise in pre-election "Pledge to America."

All eyes on freshmen for fighter engine vote

Deficit-conscious Republicans could prove pivotal in decision over whether to keep alive or kill the controversial F-35 alternate engine.

Air Force chief tells industry to brace for budget cuts

Gen. Norton Schwartz says emerging budget crunch means contractors must produce and deliver on time.