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Senator to consider pursuing bill to keep military equipment production in U.S.

Washington Democrat's comments came after hearing aerospace suppliers' complaints about the Air Force's controversial refueling tanker contract.

Panel urges new administration to go slow on pay reform

Government workforce gurus offer their two cents on federal pay scale, contracting.

Oversight committee asks Defense for information on electrical systems contracts

Solider was killed when an improperly grounded electric water pump sent a current into water he was using while showering.

Collaboration essential to overcoming skepticism about shared services, report says

Agencies still hesitant about funding and reluctant to share data, according to IT officials.

GAO: Major defense contracts cheaper to cancel than continue

Watchdog finds that even after termination costs are factored in, it’s generally less expensive to end an unneeded program than to keep paying for it.

EPA and Energy launch national program to reduce data center energy use

Growing appetite for energy threatens stability of the electric grid.

Intel CIO aims to cut years out of IT buying process

Operations at various intelligence agencies also must be centralized to improve information sharing, says Dale Meyerrose.

Judgment Calls

If the Obama-Clinton contest is a dead heat at the end of the last primaries and caucuses, superdelegates could flip the outcome.

NIH director steers agency through tough times

Elias Zerhouni has used charm and deft political maneuvering to win and keep the support of Washington, industry and outside groups as he tries to rejuvenate the agency.

Incumbents playing wait and see on budget additions

Many vulnerable House Republicans are adopting "get tough on earmarks" stands.