Vendors say administration officials should allow them to weigh in on fixing the management of high-risk initiatives and should keep companies abreast of development interruptions.
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Federal employees traveling to places like New York City for business soon will have less money to spend on lodging.
Push to secure data and systems creates multibillion-dollar market for contractors.
Nearly three-quarters of the fiscal 2011 budget is slated for weapons programs, nonproliferation and cleanup activities.
Veterans diagnosed with three illnesses no longer are required to attribute their condition to military service.
Too many pages and documents confuse federal employees who want to demystify the rules of professional conduct.
Leaders push for more security in courtrooms hearing immigration and Social Security cases.
In a speech touting the Republican agenda, House Minority Leader John Boehner proposes cap on spending and repeats calls for a pay and hiring freeze.
It's difficult to come up with a definitive figure for how much investments in the space agency help the economy.
The White House and Congress must be clearer in delegating responsibility before another storm hits the already hurting Gulf Coast, observers find.