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Vice President Joe Biden says message is clear.

White House turns up heat on noncompliant Recovery Act recipients

Memo allows agencies to terminate awards to prime contractors or grantees that fail to file spending reports.

Study: Social Security disability backlogs vary greatly by state

Influx in applications and employee furloughs contribute to some delays, data indicates.

From Nextgov.com: DISA launches huge integrated technology contract

Pact would provide cradle-to-grave operational support for training, exercises and events, analyze operational readiness, and form concepts for global networks and systems.

Treasury, OMB announce new office

Agencies aim to streamline federal financial management.

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End to Saturday mail faces resistance

Lawmakers say five-day delivery plan is flawed.

Parties point fingers over expired programs

Lawmakers have said they plan to extend the programs, which include unemployment and insurance benefits, retroactively when they return from recess next week.

High road contracting policy comes into focus

Documents shed new light on how initiative would revamp the federal acquisition environment.

AFGE has held rallies and met with screeners at several airports.

Unions vie for TSA hearts and minds

Rival groups are wooing airport screeners in the largest federal labor organizing campaign in history.

Suit claims KBR billed for unauthorized security costs

Justice argues the firm did not have permission to obtain private security; company says Army failed to provide adequate protection.

From Nextgov.com: Agencies to unveil open government plans under president’s directive

OMB will update controversial rules for collecting citizen information and tracking Web site use.

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