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Air Force tanker bids due next week

Much-anticipated contract award could come in late February or early March.

Senate probe finds gaps persist in preventing domestic attacks

Report on 2009 terrorist attack at Fort Hood, Texas, faults FBI and Defense Department for not taking sufficient action to identify and prevent terrorist plots.

Lawmaker proposes ban on TSA collective bargaining

Airport screeners are seeking union representation and bargaining privileges.

OMB’s Jeff Zients briefed reporters on Thursday.

Contracting spending dips for the first time in 13 years

Government spent $15 billion less on contracts in fiscal 2010 than in fiscal 2009.

From Nextgov.com: Army taps Second Life for troop and family support

Virtual resiliency center will offer everything from exercise classes to tools for coping with the stress of multiple deployments.

Pentagon issued millions in contracts to suspended and debarred vendors

Report found Defense awarded nearly $5.4 million to negligent contractors between fiscal 2006 and fiscal 2009.

Army suspends all ongoing insourcing plans

Army Secretary John McHugh calls for a more comprehensive and analytical approach to bringing jobs back in-house.

Civilian agencies lag behind Defense on contract audits

Backlogs with federal auditors spur some agencies to seek support from more expensive private sector contractors.

Oracle pays $46 million to settle Sun Microsystems kickback claims

Sun and other technology vendors allegedly paid consulting firms when they recommended agencies purchase their products.


Agency buy-in called key to success of Government Performance Act

Sen. Mark Warner helps push recommendations for standardized data to gauge program effectiveness.