According to an internal report, the agency did not know basic details of millions of dollars of a IT work contracted out to SPAWAR, including higher-than-average management fees.
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At least three lawmakers have expressed interest in the ranking member spot Rep. John McHugh will vacate if he is confirmed as the Army secretary.
Margaret Hamburg says inspecting a domestic food facility costs more than $900,000.
Steven Chu learned from media reports about the disclosure of confidential documents showing the whereabouts of stockpiles of nuclear weapons and fuel.
Hiring a minority employee simply to fulfill diversity requirements is not enough, says acting chairman.
Whether the service ultimately buys more or fewer fighters than planned depends on Quadrennial Defense Review.
Proposed reforms include issuing more multiyear contracts and eliminating burdensome regulations.
Despite leadership role, department hasn’t sufficiently reduced the energy consumption of its own computer systems.
Martha Johnson warns that at current rate the government will not complete the telecommunications shift before the contracts expire in two years.
Conservatives appear to be using Sonia Sotomayor to sharpen their attack strategies for future nominees who would change the balance of the Supreme Court.