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Official says scrutinizing more refund claims before payment would require tough trade-offs.
Advances in Web-based procurement have cut away at the argument that such a policy would hurt small businesses.
Andrew Card, former Bush chief of staff and Transportation secretary, says agencies are mired in “bureaucracy” on Capitol Hill.
Lawmakers raise questions about department’s performance review boards.
Letter to President Bush on Lurita Doan's potential Hatch Act violation says she failed to cooperate fully with investigation.
Newly restricted purchases made up more than half of contracting shop’s business, director says.
House members would have an opportunity to review and register objections to potential earmarks before conference negotiations begin.
Debarments of defense contractors are rare; they usually last three years at most, but that would be a blow to the maker of flexible Dragon Skin armor.