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Pentagon to release draft request for proposals for tankers

The move marks the first official step in a restarting competition for the contract.

Former employees say Defense audit agency is 'broken'

Veterans of DCAA say performance metrics and quotas forced them to rush reports and limit investigations.

Lawmaker cries foul over government-sponsored travel to global conference

Agencies are spending nearly $500,000 to send federal employees to an annual international conference on HIV/AIDS, report says.

All Obama, All the Time

The results of the presidential election will hinge on voters’ perceptions of Barack Obama.

Federal employee groups, nonprofits cautiously optimistic about OPM nominee

Michael Hager has personnel experience in the public and private sectors -- and bipartisan good will.


Union concerned that passport jobs could be contracted out

NFFE wants positions classified as inherently governmental so they can be filled only by government workers.

U.S. counterterrorism efforts flounder in North Africa, GAO says

Interagency conflicts and lack of an integrated strategy thwart critical program.

Lawmaker says IRS needs more robust response to identity theft

The agency plans to launch a victim assistance center this fall to deal with tax issues arising from identity theft.

Waxman presses for more information in wake of court ruling

House Oversight and Government Reform chairman asks OMB, Justice and EPA for descriptions of documents witheld under executive privilege claims.

House appropriations chair unapologetic about slow progress

Rep. David Obey says Republicans need only to "look in the mirror" if they want to know why spending bills haven't moved.