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Senate leader: Saturday votes on continuing resolution expected

If the Senate approves the measure unchanged, it will go to President Bush for his signature.

Presidential campaigns and Senate urged to expedite appointments process

Faster consideration is especially critical given the country’s economic situation, good government groups say.

USDA plans personnel switch at food safety agency

Bush will name Beth Johnson as acting undersecretary to replace Richard Raymond.

Congress questions Homeland Security’s approach to nuclear detection

GAO, scientists: Key acquisition programs are failing to deliver on promises.

From Nextgov.com: Census pushes for $795 million for handhelds

Cost is lower than previous estimate, but bureau still faces developing and paying for fingerprinting up to 1 million workers for 2010 count .

Panel explores potential bias against minority contractors

Researcher suggests updating and fine-tuning limits on the personal net worth of business owners participating in two federal programs.

Homeland Security authorization bill falls by the wayside

Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs chairman says there isn't time to bring the bill before his committee.


NIH director to step down

Elias Zerhouni has served in the position since 2002.

Obama’s contracting plan met with approval, skepticism

Democratic presidential nominee vows to cut the number of contractors, reduce procurement spending by 10 percent.

Deal clears way for bill giving IGs greater independence

House negotiators agree to drop provision limiting IGs to seven-year terms.