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Senate Democrats to hold hearings on contracting abuses in Iraq

Whistleblowers to testify on waste, fraud and abuse such as theft and double-billing.

Only 3 percent of feds, contractors have received new ID cards

After solving “data quality” issues, OMB finds that the number of workers needing the high-tech cards has more than doubled since its last report.

FBI releases details of expansive data-sharing program

Software will identify criminal activity hotspots, offer mapping and conduct threat level assessments.

New tax provision could cost Defense $17 billion

Department’s report to Congress details expense of withholding 3 percent of payments to contractors.

Democrats threaten to subpoena DHS transition plans

House committee is giving the department until May 23 to produce documents, but law does not require DHS to submit plans to Congress.

Waxman probes contractors' use of off-shore subsidiaries

House chairman seeks estimates of tax savings the subsidiaries have generated and data on gross profits, owners, employees and benefits.

House passes three contracting bills

Legislation focused on improving transparency in federal acquisition.

VA, Defense officials grilled on allegations of ‘epidemic’ of soldier suicides

Senators probe internal e-mails reporting 1,000 suicide attempts per month.

The Chemistry Experiment

The story isn't what Hillary Clinton did wrong but what Barack Obama did right.

OMB indicates some ozone documents may be privileged

House chairman issues subpoena; dispute could lead to a legal showdown if the sides cannot reach an accommodation.