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Postal Service seeks flexibility in closing facilities

Plan is drawing opposition from lawmakers, postal unions and other stakeholders.

GAO unsure about TSA's ability to meet security deadlines

Official says agency has yet to complete basic assessments of the technology and the additional personnel needed for comprehensive air cargo screening.

Agencies urged to make better use of performance measures

Managers are collecting more information, but they aren’t using it to guide policy decisions or resource allocations, GAO reports.

Lawmaker aims to take up defense authorization in September

Armed Services Committee leader wants to gain support in the next week for a unanimous consent agreement limiting debate on the bill.

Lawmakers question GSA nominee over Sun Microsystems deal

Jim Williams denies charges he was involved in pressuring procurement shop into awarding contract extension.

Committee approves bills to ease flow of information

The measures would try to prevent agencies from overclassifying documents.

Competition in contracting remains steady

Energy ranks first in fostering competition; Veterans Affairs comes in last.

Questions on Sun deal await GSA nominee

James Williams will likely be confirmed easily to replace Lurita Doan, but first he will have to explain his role in controversial contract negotiations with Sun Microsystems.

Procurement leaders go back to basics as administration winds down

The presidential transition is looming, but chief acquisition officers still have plenty left to accomplish.

Defense measure could steer billions toward contractors

Analysis finds that much of the work would go to large contractors.