Senate now will consider conference report on fiscal 2010 Defense authorization.
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Legislation extends ban on public-private job competitions and limits award fees for negligent contractors.
Electronic health records initiative and social networking sites are among the projects under way.
Analysts agree Obama's use of White House czars does not represent an abuse of power as long as they do not attempt to give orders to agency heads or issue regulations.
House and Senate appropriators already have been working quietly for weeks to resolve differences in the two chambers' versions of the defense bill.
Office of Management and Budget lays out new assessment principles and offers financial incentives for agencies that go the extra mile.
The $680 billion Defense authorization bill is expected to pass both chambers and move to President Obama's desk in the next several days.
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Conference agreement also gives Defense secretary ability to propose new personnel flexibilities.
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