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OFPP chief Daniel Gordon notes cost is not the No. 1 factor in insourcing decisions.

Civilian agencies get green light to continue insourcing

Administration’s top procurement official says others need not follow in Defense’s footsteps.

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Study to settle public-private pay debate still a ways off

Data shows increasing compensation gaps between public and private sector workers, as observers wait for a reliable comparison.

IG: Infighting hampers oversight of Defense contractors

Watchdog finds audit and management agencies are not collaborating to find and resolve problems.

House to hold hearings on Defense cuts

Lawmakers and union representatives question rationale for contractor cuts and civilian hiring freeze.

From Nextgov.com: VA adopts standard identifier for vets in health and benefits programs

Unique 10-digit ID will be assigned using a system for federal employees mandated by Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12.

Friends, family mourn Stevens

Colleagues on both sides of the aisle praise the former Republican senator for being forthright and for his tireless advocacy on behalf of Alaska.

Expert questions savings in Pentagon contractor cuts

Unless Defense scales back its mission, reducing service contractors won’t save money, former procurement executive says.

Alaska native firms lament loss of an advocate

Former Sen. Ted Stevens, killed in a plane crash on Monday, helped create a program that gives ANCs a leg up on federal contracts.

Less Is More

Swing voters increasingly think government is doing too much.

House passes border security bill

Despite opposition, chamber approves emergency $600 million spending bill to beef up security along U.S.-Mexican border.