Unions and industry groups prepare for shifts in priorities on government workforce and management issues.
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Incumbents in 2012 will have reason to be nervous.
Federal Acquisition Service’s Steve Kempf lays out a vision for capturing a larger share of the government sales market.
Republicans sweep to control of the House riding a wave of anti-government sentiment.
The president will have a harder time enacting his agenda, but he could rebound if GOP lawmakers overstep their boundaries.
But tight race between telework advocate and local businessman in Northern Virginia appears headed for a recount.
Team work and coordination among agencies drive success in government, according to administration’s point man on oil spill cleanup.
Possible terminations are just one part of a broader Pentagon effort to rid the military services’ budgets of unnecessary costs.
Audit unit is limiting assessments to fixed-price proposals worth more than $10 million and cost-type proposals in excess of $100 million.
Republican takeover in House could set stage for federal pay freezes and downsizing.