The Pentagon has acknowledged that 11 soldiers and two contractors have died in Iraq as a result of faulty wiring systems.
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Employees say Jim Byrne was critical of the Special Counsel's management style, but did not resign in protest.
IT developers will be able to pay monthly for computing resources to test new software applications.
Systems' failure to track payments brings into question $1.7 billion in unbilled services, GAO says.
Former Defense official says he personally saw one contractor submit $1 billion in overcharges to the Army.
Fight started before the July 4 recess, when Republicans attempted to attach the Interior appropriations bill to the Labor-HHS one.
Plan would prohibit the collection of co-payments from catastrophically disabled veterans.
Lawyer argues that executive privilege gives the former presidential adviser immunity from testifying.
Slow transition to Networx telecom contract could affect progress .
IG uncovers Fortune 500 companies improperly listed as small businesses.