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Competition in contracting remains steady

Energy ranks first in fostering competition; Veterans Affairs comes in last.

Questions on Sun deal await GSA nominee

James Williams will likely be confirmed easily to replace Lurita Doan, but first he will have to explain his role in controversial contract negotiations with Sun Microsystems.

Procurement leaders go back to basics as administration winds down

The presidential transition is looming, but chief acquisition officers still have plenty left to accomplish.

Defense measure could steer billions toward contractors

Analysis finds that much of the work would go to large contractors.

New information sharing office faces uncertain future

The office, created after the 9/11 attacks, is charged with ensuring that terrorism and homeland security information is shared between the federal government, state and local governments and private companies.

Contractors improperly influenced Defense audits, GAO finds

Report says auditors ignored findings, changed opinions without adequate evidence.

Losing Ground

Republicans no longer have a realistic chance of holding their own in this year's Senate contests.

Air Force nominees say they will try to regain public's trust

Some lawmakers are skeptical about whether the leadership change can solve systemic problems at the service.

Privacy protections strengthened in health IT bill

But amended version of legislation also states that a "good faith" data disclosure, like a letter sent to the wrong address, would not constitute a privacy breach.

Federal money managers see positive investment returns

Chief financial officers have made substantial progress in reconciling the government’s books, but serious problems remain.