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Bush administration is poised to publish new environment rules

Democrats seek to thwart regulatory changes affecting fuel economy standards, endangered species and energy production.

Lawyers make opening arguments in Safavian retrial

Former procurement chief faces three old charges and two new ones related to his dealings with Jack Abramoff.

From Nextgov.com: GSA to miss 2008 deadline for Alliant services contract

But agency plans to issue awards for the ITservices pact to small businesses by the end of the year.

Obama's VA pick pleases veterans groups, lawmakers

As Army chief of staff, Eric Shinseki clashed with the Bush administration on its Iraq war strategy.

DHS to deliver data-mining report to lawmakers

The latest filing comes on the heels of a recommendation that lawmakers consider imposing restrictions on how personal data can be used in conjunction with counterterrorism programs.

Contractors handle some of government's messiest tasks, such as Hurricane Katrina cleanup.

Report: Many service contract workers are underpaid

Group calls on government to gather more data on salaries, benefits of contract employees.

Three agencies earn top management awards

System that supports disabled employees governmentwide is among the projects honored.

Loss of legal immunity will change landscape for contractors in Iraq

Industry officials are concerned that the possibility of prosecution in Iraqi courts will scare off workers.

Consumer group to lead fight for financial product safety agency

New commission would oversee offerings of such items as home mortgages, credit cards and car loans.


Gates outlines commitment to military reform

Strategy and risk assessments should drive procurement and not the other way around, Defense secretary asserts.