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From Nextgov.com: GSA launches satellite communications megacontract

The program will streamline purchases for civilian and Defense agencies to improve communications during emergency situations, analyst says.

Hurricane GOP

Make no mistake about it: There is a wave out there, and for Democrats, the House is, at best, teetering on the edge.

Hiring reform isn't as easy as it looks, officials say

Cutting red tape for job applicants and involving managers in the hunt for mission-critical skills could be more complex than meets the eye.

U.S. seeks to block Arizona law

Obama administration's lawsuit seeks to prevent immigration law from taking effect.

Campaign ad plays on deficit concerns

Senate GOP candidate decries government spending.

Agencies urged to document oil spill costs

OMB guidance does not address process for reimbursement.

GSA unveils overhaul of USA.gov, featuring mobile apps

Government’s home page also has upgraded search engine, links to key federal services.

White House releases annual salary data

Top administration officials earn more than $170,000, and full-time staff account for $35 million in spending.

Uncle Sam reminds federal employees of their shelter in storms

OPM issues memo on hiring and pay flexibilities available during weather emergencies.

Black-farmers group cheers deal in war bill

Supplemental includes money to pay for the settlement of a black farmers' anti-discrimination case against USDA.

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