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Gates offers Bush new Air Force leadership team

Gen. Norton Schwartz, a 35-year veteran with a background in Air Force special operations, is Defense secretary's pick as chief of staff.

House bill creates VA ombudsman's office

Subcommittee approves legislation to create a one-stop shop for information on VA medical, housing and education benefits.

Lawmaker challenges Defense official's stance on new destroyer

Rep. Gene Taylor, D-Miss., has taken his fight to put the DDG-1000 destroyer program on hold directly to the Pentagon's top acquisition official.

Procurement policy office issues new guidance on interagency acquisitions

The management of such contracts has appeared on GAO’s list of high-risk federal programs since 2005.

From Nextgov.com: GSA signs telework agreement with union

AFGE officials agree to provisions that abruptly ended telework talks with another federal union.

Watchdog groups seek deal on whistleblower protections

Legislation is among several government accountability bills that have passed easily in both chambers but which lawmakers have struggled for months to reconcile.

From Nextgov.com: Business picking up for GSA’s Networx contract

After slow start, interest increases in telecom pact as deadline for agencies to recoup transition costs approaches.

Storms test GSA’s continuity plans

Power outage at Northern Virginia facility allows agency to launch notification system and telework arrangements.

Obama, McCain give boost to contract data legislation

Presidential rivals team up to back bill increasing information available through USASpending.gov.

Lawmaker seeks to require military to buy U.S.-bred bomb-sniffing dogs

Most military dogs now come from fabled European bloodlines.