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Federal agencies seek to model green behavior

Obama administration may raise environmental standards for federal facilities.

GOP stalls confirmation of Census nominee

Agency officials and outside groups have been frustrated by issues surrounding Groves' nomination.

Subcommittee approves bill easing PTSD compensation for vets

Veterans would need to prove they developed stress disorder while in a war zone, but would not need to demonstrate that it occurred during enemy combat.

Senate panel plans June markup of Defense authorization bill

Goal is to send the measure to the floor before the August recess.

Indian Health Service promises to locate missing property

Agency will rely on new management system to find millions in unaccounted for equipment, officials tell GAO.

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Tracking jobs created under Recovery Act could be tricky

Agencies will rely on fund recipients to provide data, raising questions about accuracy.

Democrats delay conference on supplemental

Liberal Democrats say they would oppose the bill if it includes a provision allowing Defense to withhold prisoner photographs.

From Nextgov.com: VA 'relinquished oversight' of IT projects under agreement

According to an internal report, the agency did not know basic details of millions of dollars of a IT work contracted out to SPAWAR, including higher-than-average management fees.

Scramble begins for top GOP post on Armed Services Committee

At least three lawmakers have expressed interest in the ranking member spot Rep. John McHugh will vacate if he is confirmed as the Army secretary.

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