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From Nextgov.com: Unplugged VA computer affects treatment of cancer patients

Without network connection , doctors could not check X-rays of veterans with prostate cancer to determine how they were responding to radiation, the department’s inspector general reports.

Industry officials criticize ‘quota-driven’ Defense insourcing

Contractor trade group, labor union, express concern about Pentagon plan to move thousands of jobs in-house.

Lawmakers sponsor bill to allow earlier FEHBP enrollment for adult kids

Legislation would extend coverage to unmarried dependents during 2010.

Armed Services panels prepare for Defense authorization markups

House chairman advises against using measure as vehicle to legislate on "don't ask, don't tell."

Stimulus recipients report high job creation during first quarter

Recovery Act contracts, grants and loans funded more than 680,000 jobs during first three months of the year, according to new data.

Navy seeks time to decide F/A-18 aircraft deal

Top official says the service is still gathering facts and estimating possible savings under multiyear procurement.

From Nextgov.com: Group gives open government plans mediocre marks

Some agencies such as NASA and Housing and Urban Development receive high grades for going beyond White House requirements for transparency, but most others fall short of meeting presidential directive.

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Obama offers strong defense of government in Michigan speech

‘Government is us,’ president says in commencement address, arguing the focus should be on making it work better.

Citizens United prepared for another fundraising case

Group is reviewing a bill aimed at increasing disclosure in political advertising, looking for potential infringements on First Amendment rights.

Lawmaker warns of dwindling time for budget resolution

Decision must come soon for the House to have a chance of passing fiscal 2011 spending bills by August recess, Budget Committee chairman says.

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