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Government's green purchasing program faces oversight challenges

Now that a federal program to buy green goods is a reality, Uncle Sam is discovering the difficulty of measuring its results.

Defense audit agency maps out response to damaging report

DCAA chief reminds employees in internal memos that they should not allow external factors or performance metrics to hurt the quality of their work.

Army begins overhaul of civilian career management

Service aims to develop career paths and improve education and training opportunities.

Advocacy office says small firms deserve break on E-Verify

Rule requiring contractors to vet workers through Homeland Security employee identification system could place a heavy financial burden on smaller companies.

Air Force pushes the envelope on renewable energy

The Air Force buys more electricity from renewable sources than any other federal agency, and it’s in the market for much more.

Targeted Advertising

John McCain -- not exactly known as a technology guru -- has spent more on search engine advertising than Barack Obama.

A Korean contractor directs the driver of a U.S. Army vehicle during an exercise.

CBO: Scale of contract operations in Iraq is unprecedented

Contract spending will reach $100 billion by the end of the year, and the ratio of contractors to military personnel is about 1-to-1.

OPM reevaluates human capital marks for management score card

Downgrades reflect initiatives are still in the works rather than failing, officials say.

Initial assessment of Defense nuclear review nearing completion

Independent task force is expected to recommend changes, possible disciplinary measures in Air Force management.

GAO: Air Force must improve inventory monitoring systems

Watchdog says current approach does not follow best practices.