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Most Washington-area incumbents coast to victory

But tight race between telework advocate and local businessman in Northern Virginia appears headed for a recount.

Problem-solving requires cooperation, says retired Adm. Thad Allen

Team work and coordination among agencies drive success in government, according to administration’s point man on oil spill cleanup.

Navy to ax troubled programs

Possible terminations are just one part of a broader Pentagon effort to rid the military services’ budgets of unnecessary costs.

Defense agency raises bar for reviewing contractor cost proposals

Audit unit is limiting assessments to fixed-price proposals worth more than $10 million and cost-type proposals in excess of $100 million.

Federal pay and benefits could change with new Congress

Republican takeover in House could set stage for federal pay freezes and downsizing.


Administration outlines progress on reform efforts

‘We are putting points on the board,’ says acting OMB Director Jeffrey Zients of the Accountable Government Initiative.

Shutdown scenario appears unlikely

If they take control, House Republicans say they will not blunder into the same 1995 trap of closing the government.

House Oversight committee set for major re-emergence

Obama tormenter Rep. Darrell Issa is poised to chair powerful committee if GOP wins the House.

Education likely will escape the ax

Campaign noise about abolishing the department is just that -- noise.

Extension gives private security firms in Afghanistan some breathing room

Afghan President Hamid Karzai forms a committee that includes U.S. officials to develop a timetable to remove PSCs.