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GSA's new acting administrator: The Nextgov interview

David Bibb talks to Government Executive 's sister publication about his goals and priorities.

FAA bill mired on reimbursements, nonaviation measures

GOP leaders and the White House are balking at reimbursements to the highway trust fund for money spent for emergencies since 1998.

Doan testifies before a House committee last year.

White House forces resignation of embattled GSA chief

Lurita Doan was summoned to the White House for a late afternoon meeting Tuesday, and resigned that evening.

FDA: Millions more needed for inspections

Agency wants $225 million annually to inspect foreign drugmakers every other year.

Witnesses cite prostitution, other contracting abuses in Iraq

Senate Democratic panel told of contractors using armored cars to shuttle prostitutes from Kuwait to Baghdad hotels.

Lurita Doan testifies before a House committee last year.

Former GSA chief says she was ousted because of inspector general feud

Plus, from Nextgov.com: Doan's resignation not seen as hindering GSA's IT business

Roots of surveillance standoff go back decades

Today's fights over government surveillance of the communications network go back much further than the Sept. 11 attacks.

Hillary’s Political Purgatory

Even in victory, Clinton isn’t getting any closer to winning the Democratic nomination.

Boeing presses Congress to have Navy buy more Super Hornets

Efforts could set up a clash with Joint Strike Fighter program advocates.

Opinions divided over chances for final budget resolution

House Appropriations Committee needs to approve supplemental spending bill for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan first.