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The Lost Middle Ground

Bipartisanship is now studied as a relic of a bygone era.

Senate has full plate with Defense and stopgap spending bills

Continuing resolution would fund most agencies at fiscal 2009 levels, but would include a boost for veterans health and the 2010 census.

Watchdog attorney is likely choice to run procurement policy shop

Daniel Gordon, deputy general counsel at GAO, reportedly will be nominated as government’s top acquisition official.

Treasury pushes for resolution authority

Obama administration ramps up effort to pass legislation to revamp the nation's financial regulatory system.

Senator urges caution in consolidating contracting databases

Procurement officials must be sure to consider the end user of the streamlined database and build in adequate oversight, panel chairwoman says.

From Nextgov.com: Obama administration unveils Recovery.gov makeover

Redesigned stimulus-tracking site has pictorial representations of spending data, advanced search functions and multimedia tutorials, but no data sets yet.

Army advised to improve strategy for transfer of logistics work

Inspector general finds out-of-date planning documents and inconsistent performance work statements.

Groups hail nomination of IP coordinator

Victoria Espinel, who is expected to easily win confirmation, previously served as assistant trade representative for intellectual property.

Lawmaker battles distrust of census

House Republican's efforts aim in part to fight an undercurrent of suspicions about the government's collection of personal data.

Senate approves Interior spending bill

Czar amendment is defeated, along with four other Republican proposals.