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Watchdog blasts FDA on loose test compliance policy

Group says lax oversight has been applied to critical medical devices including cardiac defibrillators, pacemakers, replacement heart valves and coronary artery stents.

Air Force faces tough choices, chief says

From crafting a workable budget to supporting operations in Afghanistan, significant challenges loom for the service.

Record Vacancies

The number of Senate seats up for grabs in 2010 may be unprecedented.

Defense extends suspension of price adjustments for small disadvantaged firms

Procurement chief cites a recent court decision declaring the practice unconstitutional.

Lack of federal veterinarians could hamper government response to disease outbreaks

Nationwide shortage of doctors and lower salaries in public sector put agencies at a disadvantage when it comes to hiring, GAO report says.

Air Force poised to make F-22 request

Service will seek more of the fighter jets than the 183 planned, but won't try to reach its long-standing goal of 381 planes.

FEMA staff plan housing during Hurricane Ike.

Moving FEMA out of Homeland Security could pose risks

Leadership is more important than organizational structure in ensuring operational effectiveness, IG finds.

From Nextgov.com: DHS announces departmentwide efficiency review

Secretary Napolitano asks managers to submit reports on ways to reduce costs and streamline processes , with technology likely to be a cornerstone of the effort.

Agencies to reap billions of dollars from stimulus package

Signed bill retains funding for building maintenance and repairs, energy efficiency projects and information technology upgrades.

Interior chief says agency prepared for stimulus projects

Salazar tells Senate Indian Affairs Committee he’s asked managers to give priority to work that could be started now.