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Group sent letter to leaders of Armed Services panels, including Sen. Carl Levin.

Concerns over pay loom as Pentagon returns to General Schedule

Managers’ association urge lawmakers to ensure top-performing Defense employees don’t lose pay.

White House to name FBI deputy director as new TSA head

This is the Obama administration’s third pick to lead the security agency, which has been without a permanent chief for more than one year.

Senate panel approves supplemental, floor fights await

Bill includes $33.5 billion for the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and $68 million to help with the Gulf oil spill.

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Feds almost pay a price for porn

Republican language banning agencies from paying employees caught viewing explicit images on work computers unravels technology bill.

Obama blasts oil execs, MMS over spill

President decries "cozy relationship" between agency, industry.

Defense opts for multiyear F/A-18 deal

Officials say purchase would save 10 percent over a traditional contract.

Hiring reform could signal end of federal internship program

Unions feel confident OPM review will lead to program’s elimination.

House panel poised to cut nearly $1B in Army programs

Program that includes small unmanned air and ground vehicles is emerging as one of the biggest targets for cuts in the fiscal 2011 defense authorization bill.

April deficit of $82.7 billion sets record for month

Increase is fueled by spending to invigorate the economy and a fall in revenue.

Panels OK special ops, cybersecurity funds

Other approved funds included $168 billion for the military's operations and maintenance accounts.

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