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Independent estimate cuts cost of Census contract almost in half

MITRE projects price tag of $681 million for handheld data collection computers.

Contractors, insurance firms gouging taxpayers, panel says

House committee chairman plans to introduce legislation that would change the Defense Department's practice of allowing contractors to negotiate their own deals on workers compensation insurance.

Legislative amendment would suspend competitive sourcing at Defense

Provision added to authorization bill during markup puts three-year cap on A-76 competitions.

Agencies should improve financial management workforce planning, report finds

Technology is changing the kind of skills federal employees need.

From Nextgov.com: GSA to award Alliant contracts by December

Top official says agency will follow judge's ruling to thoroughly consider if companies can provide the IT services and if prices are reasonable.

Marine Corps seeks return to its role as a naval force

After fighting alongside the Army in Iraq for five years, the Corps now needs new -- and expensive -- equipment.

Tanker contract likely to fuel long House markup debate

Other amendments seek to overturn cuts to the Army's Future Combat Systems, missile defense programs and several major weapons systems.

House Armed Services agrees to boost submarine funds

Panel adds $422 million to the Navy's Virginia-class submarine program.

Lawmakers say retired feds, government paying double for drug coverage

House Democrats launch an inquiry into coordination between OPM and Medicare agency.

Senate Commerce hearing gives TSA positive reviews

But panel sharply questioned plan to impose a passenger fee increase to pay for additional baggage screening technology.