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Rule could slow Pentagon’s revolving door

Senior officials now will need approval from an agency ethics officer before taking a Defense contractor job.

House panel pushes for answers on Social Security backlog

SSA is hiring more employees to tackle disability claims and conducting video hearings to expedite process, commissioner says.

Navy: Newest carrier will be ready in 2015

Construction of the carrier and the ship's systems will cost $8.7 billion.

Grassley: Nominees are lax on compliance

Many of the president's nominees have had tax troubles.

GAO: Defense lost track of 72,000 combat medical records

Missing post-deployment health questionnaires help identify issues that emerge over time.

From Nextgov.com: Watchdog notes scheduling issues with visitor-tracking project

Homeland Security is operating the exit portion of the project off multiple, uncoordinated timelines, GAO says.

Bill would allow foreign contractors to be sued in U.S. courts

Legislation named for deceased Army lieutenant colonel would make it easier to suspend and debar non-complying companies.

Impending federal retirements could spur agencies to reassess needs

Supervisors require new skills in a changing workforce, report says.

NRC weighs sanctions against VA in prostate cancer treatment errors

Regulator finds several patients might have suffered adverse consequences, including cancer recurrence.

Auditor and lawmakers are skeptical of stimulus data

GAO finds recipients listed tens of thousands of jobs from projects where they had yet to report any spending.