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Sebelius becomes latest Obama nominee with tax trouble

HHS secretary-designate and her husband paid $7,040 in back taxes and $878 in interest for 2005, 2006 and 2007 after a certified public accountant found the errors.

Budget generates more of a buzz among advocacy groups than citizens

Congressional switchboard operators have not seen any noticeable spike in calls.

Energy staffing hasn’t kept pace with acquisition workload, IG says

The volume and complexity of procurement requirements threaten to overwhelm nascent workforce gains.

GAO calls for improvements to Defense acquisition system

Auditors find delays and cost overruns in major weapons programs.

Panel OKs nominee for Pentagon acquisition post

If confirmed, Ashton Carter would take over weapons buying at a time when President Obama and Capitol Hill leaders are pushing for major changes in the way the Defense Department does business.

DHS official: Cargo mandate should be reconsidered

The 2007 provision requires Homeland Security to ensure that all U.S.-bound containers are scanned abroad by 2012.

From Nextgov.com: Senators introduce cybersecurity legislation

Bills would place cyber adviser in White House, regulate private network security .

Agencies work together to track contracts in war zones

Defense, State and USAID say they are committed to success of common procurement database.

Tipping Point

Escalating drug-related violence in Mexico could trigger demagoguery in U.S. politics.

Defense secretary weighs fate of Future Combat Systems

The most expensive and far-reaching technological endeavor in the Army's history faces budget cuts, possible cancellation.