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GAO: Federal background checks can be risky business

Investigators could allow personal information to slip through the cracks, audit finds.

Drastic times call for drastic measures, says Deputy Defense CIO Dave Wennergren

Uncle Sam faces recruiting challenges with tech-savvy set

Government’s stodgy image gives industry an edge in the chase for young technology workers.

Proposal would end Alaska native contracting advantages

Sen. Claire McCaskill plans to introduce a bill to stop ANCs from earning sole-source deals of unlimited value.

Contracting market set to shrink in fiscal 2011

Analysts find agencies are trying to cut back in most areas, with the exception of cybersecurity, health IT and energy.

Administration defends handling of oil spill

Press secretary says White House worked diligently to provide "accurate and timely information."

OMB blocked release of oil spill numbers

Report criticizes the federal government for creating the impression it was "either not fully competent to handle the spill or not fully candid" with Americans.

Republicans urge no earmarks in catch-all spending bill

Lawmakers are likely to try to pass full-year funding for discretionary programs in a single legislative package after the elections.

Unions to managers: Give employees a bigger voice in decisions

Agencies are underutilizing a process for getting employees involved early in choices that affect their daily work, labor representatives tell council.

Suspension of IT contractor has roots in 2008 bid protest

Allegations against GTSI first were leveled by a New Mexico small business two years ago.

FBI says Miranda readings don't hurt Bureau

Officials say reading rights to terrorism suspects does not impede ability to gather intelligence.