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From Nextgov.com: IT problems still hound Census as it readies count

GAO warns needed fixes to major systems might not be finished before it starts counting citizens who didn’t return forms, but bureau officials say they will be ready in time.

Black farmers' leader slams Obama

John Boyd Jr. says president, USDA did not show leadership in the settlement of the discrimination lawsuit.

Roster for deficit commission is complete

Commission will present its proposals to Congress by Dec. 1; 14 of its 18 members must agree on the final package.

Lawmakers announce bipartisan Transparency Caucus

Group will advocate for transparency initiatives and promote legislation requiring open access to federal information.

Senate sends fixes bill back to House

Adjustments to the health care reconciliation bill are minor.

OMB, Treasury issue guidance for reducing improper payments

Agencies identified nearly $100 billion in improper payments in 2009.

From Nextgov.com: GSA chief says agency will ‘up its game’ with technology

Administrator Martha Johnson says improving the flow of information and data, and more reliance on social media will provide better service to agencies and will be what drives growth.

Pentagon revises gay ban enforcement policies

New regulations aim to introduce ‘a greater measure of common sense and common decency,’ says Defense secretary.

Senator seeks five IG reports on TSA nominee

Susan Collins, R-Maine, says White House has been slow to disclose information regarding allegations against Army Maj. Gen. Robert Harding.

Gates assures no more F-35 cost, schedule woes

Defense secretary says Pentagon's largest weapons system program is on track after a rocky history.