Technology is changing the kind of skills federal employees need.
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Top official says agency will follow judge's ruling to thoroughly consider if companies can provide the IT services and if prices are reasonable.
After fighting alongside the Army in Iraq for five years, the Corps now needs new -- and expensive -- equipment.
Other amendments seek to overturn cuts to the Army's Future Combat Systems, missile defense programs and several major weapons systems.
Panel adds $422 million to the Navy's Virginia-class submarine program.
House Democrats launch an inquiry into coordination between OPM and Medicare agency.
But panel sharply questioned plan to impose a passenger fee increase to pay for additional baggage screening technology.
Company gets a leg up in the federal IT services market.
Less subjective decision-making and greater focus on measuring results will be key ingredients for success, say those outside government.
Critics have suggested the agency has not pushed anticorruption efforts to avoid hurting relations with the Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.