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HUD launches new homeowner program

Applicants must have a mortgage that was originated before Jan. 1, and cannot afford their current loan.

Defense bill includes major contracting reforms

Measure headed to President Bush’s desk would increase transparency and competition.

GOP Senate Slippage

The outlook for Republicans has deteriorated to the point where a filibuster-proof Democratic majority seems less implausible.

Economic rescue bill remains in limbo

Congressional leaders predict legislation will pass, as Bush applies pressure.

SBA issues new proposal on small business program, but same questions remain

Agency’s revised rule increases the number of industry groups eligible for set-aside contracts, but it’s not enough for critics.

Democrats: Report on U.S. attorney firings leaves questions

Nora Dannehy, a career prosecutor, will direct probe.


Bailout bill would have given Treasury chief unfettered authority

Legislation would have allowed Henry Paulson to waive acquisition rules and competitive hiring procedures.

Coast Guard awards patrol boat contract to fill critical void

Award is service’s first major procurement under its new acquisition directorate.

From Nextgov.com: Network at Los Alamos vulnerable to attacks

GAO calls for laboratory to restrict access to foreign nationals.

Pentagon cost overruns defy easy solutions

Overruns in the military's top 95 procurement programs have increased $295 billion since 2000, according to GAO.