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Panel may issue subpoenas related to FDA drug approval

Move is part of investigation into whether pharmaceutical company knew of critical integrity problems in clinical trial data.

Task force takes global view of digital archiving

Experts say digital preservation to be a top international priority.

GSA inspector general says he's been cleared of misconduct charges

Complaints by counsel’s office dismissed by oversight panel, according to IG Brian Miller.

Bush seeks hiring preferences for spouses of veterans

In State of the Union address, president also pledges to eliminate 151 "wasteful or bloated programs."

Food safety czar pleads for Congress to take up proposal

FDA released food protection plan in November in conjunction with an HHS plan to address gaps in the import system.

Senators say White House plans to eliminate special FOIA office

Disputes would be handled by a new office Government Information Services Office within the National Archives and Records Administration.

New direction charted for wartime contracting

Added oversight, contract management needed to rein in costs, experts tell Congress.

Key House Oversight Republican likely to announce plans next week

Decision by Tom Davis, R-Va., on whether to seek re-election will be closely watched by federal executives and contractors.

Defense bill includes chief management officer for Pentagon

Bill also requires the appointment of a Senate-confirmed deputy chief management officer to oversee the Business Transformation Agency.

Sources say Iraq supplemental may not accompany budget

Request will likely come to Capitol Hill in the spring, after subcommittees have examined the Pentagon budget.