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SBA to stop certifying small disadvantaged businesses

Agency will no longer verify status; companies can self-certify or get help from a third-party.

Think tank publishes transition guides for government leaders

Books offer advice on establishing relationships, setting clear agendas, communicating with employees and learning government jargon.

Both parties court military veteran candidates as wars continue

At least 52 veterans ran as non-incumbents in House and Senate primaries across the nation.

Dems want DHS to target criminal illegal immigrants

Immigration and Customs Enforcement ordered to spend $1 billion on effort this fiscal year.

New directive will ease integration of intelligence agencies

Document establishes a common framework for cataloging employee skills.


Sweeping authority for Treasury chief survives bailout negotiations

Economic rescue bill would give Secretary Henry Paulson authority to waive traditional contracting and hiring rules.

Research firm highlights untapped potential in federal contracts

Top 20 opportunities for fiscal 2009 will come from recompetitions or consolidations of agreements already awarded, report says.

Justice IG calls attorney firings 'fundamentally flawed'

Report recommends criminal investigation into dismissals.

Security experts call for improved public communications

Panel says next president needs to ensure that public warnings are based on solid information and are sent based on urgent need.

From Nextgov.com: GSA creates program office for Multiple Award Schedules

Goal is to provide consistency across business units, improve customer and vendor satisfaction.