The modest request indicates that the services are heeding Defense secretary's calls to end the military's backdoor lobbying of Congress to secure money for items not included in the budget.
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Chief of staff says it is "imperative" that the service buy at least 80 F-35s a year -- and as many as 110 annually -- as soon as possible.
General tells lawmakers he does not want a permanent increase in authorized personnel given the cost.
Democratic Rep. John Sarbanes weighs in on the administration’s attitude toward management reform, and congressional efforts to improve government.
Fixed-price deals will be prevalent, though wide use of such arrangements is impractical for some departments.
Pentagon and OPM have reduced processing times, but took four months to vet nearly 40 percent of initial security clearances in fiscal 2008.
Buoyed by increasing optimism about the economy, President Obama’s approval ratings appear to have reached a high plateau.
Bipartisan group will host first public panel on Tuesday with procurement leaders.
Some of the biggest differences between the law and the proposed alternative deal with information-technology requirements.
Watchdog agency says moving too quickly on pay-for-performance systems undermines their credibility.