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Nussle confirmed as OMB director

Surprising number of Senate Democrats cross aisle to support former House Budget Committee chair.

Davis is likely to run for Senate seat being vacated by John Warner, R-Va.

Open Senate race could reshape contracting oversight in House

If Rep. Tom Davis, R-Va., were to vacate his seat, contractors would lose one of their strongest advocates in the chamber.

Senators urge stronger federal oversight of coal mines

Mine safety chief defends his agency’s record, saying it is too soon to assign blame for Utah collapse.

Feeling the Pain

These days, it seems like nothing is going the Republican Party's way.

Gansler headed Defense acquisition from 1997 to 2001.

Head of Army contracting review seeks to avoid pointing fingers

Jacques Gansler says group will look at existing procedures, but focus will be on the future.

Senate turns to popular military construction bill

Chamber also confirms former House Budget Chairman Jim Nussle, R-Iowa, as director of the Office of Management and Budget.

Attorney General Alberto Gonzales leaves legacy of damaged credibility at Justice.

After Gonzales, Justice seeks to regain trust of employees

Successor's job, department officials say, will be to improve morale at headquarters and U.S. attorneys' offices.

DHS agency issues payments to private security guards, reviews disputed claims

House lawmaker vows continued oversight of security contracting.

Senate returns to budget tangle

Prospects are growing that leaders will have to bundle appropriations bills into one or more "omnibus" spending packages.

GSA, Defense implement acquisition agreement

Memo signed late last year is designed to mesh the two organizations’ acquisition policies.