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Parties point fingers over expired programs

Lawmakers have said they plan to extend the programs, which include unemployment and insurance benefits, retroactively when they return from recess next week.

High road contracting policy comes into focus

Documents shed new light on how initiative would revamp the federal acquisition environment.

AFGE has held rallies and met with screeners at several airports.

Unions vie for TSA hearts and minds

Rival groups are wooing airport screeners in the largest federal labor organizing campaign in history.

Suit claims KBR billed for unauthorized security costs

Justice argues the firm did not have permission to obtain private security; company says Army failed to provide adequate protection.

From Nextgov.com: Agencies to unveil open government plans under president’s directive

OMB will update controversial rules for collecting citizen information and tracking Web site use.

Rain gives Dems another shot at GOP

The National Flood Insurance Program is one of several programs set to expire on Monday.

Democrat Robert Andrews has asked GAO to study matter.

Watchdog asked to study contractor salaries, benefits

Request comes as administration considers policy that could favor contractors offering higher pay and benefits.

Procurement chief Daniel Gordon recommends agencies disregard A-76 changes.

Administration puts its stamp on 'inherently governmental'

OMB tells agencies to use definition in the 1998 FAIR Act.

Army secretary won't enforce gay ban

John McHugh said he won't discipline gay soldiers who talked with him openly about serving in the military.

Obama seeks to build on recent successes

After successfully shepherding health care bill, president looks to push more of his agenda, including financial regulatory reform.

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