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DHS secretary pushes industry to invest in cybersecurity

Plans to beef up protection hinge on private sector -- which owns most of the nation’s infrastructure.

Going Obama's Way

If the economy remains the focus over the next month, the election may get out of McCain's reach.

Financial Services chairman praises GAO for oversight of rescue plan

Watchdog agency has assembled a team of nearly 20 in-house professionals to help oversee the program.

Bush signs defense authorization bill

Law authorizes a 3.9 percent military pay raise.

Preparing for the Transition: Dos and Don’ts

A former government executive lists what career professionals should -- and shouldn’t -- do when a new administration comes to Washington.

Philadelphia-based consultant buys McConnell International

Clinton Rubin purchases federal consulting firm founded by former OMB tech chief in a move to enter stable federal market.

A Blackwater contractor guards a convoy in Iraq.

Critics allege State broke acquisition rules in Baghdad contract

Deal raises questions about whether contractors should help investigate potential misuse of force by private sector guards.

Orszag: Economic mess will change incoming president's agenda

It will be difficult to deal with much beyond the economy in the early stages of the next presidency, budget office chief says.

Former procurement chief indicted again

Prosecutors level two new charges against David Safavian and revive three from his previous trial.

Wall Street executive turned politician dissects the economic breakdown

New Jersey's governor, a former senator and CEO of Goldman Sachs, discusses the financial crisis and Henry Paulson's performance as Treasury secretary.