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GSA lets 29 firms in on massive tech services contract

Winners aren’t guaranteed work; agencies can still shop around among the awardees or look outside the list of pre-selected vendors.

Coalition stands firm in support of national ID law

The Homeland Security Department estimated earlier this year that it will cost states as much as $23 billion to implement the law.

VA could save billions using e-commerce technique, officials say

"Expressive commerce” system already generating savings for large private firms, senators told.

Government job listings may not reach wide enough

Openings posted on centralized government job search site are not typically searchable through popular engines like Google.

Senator pans federal contract for traffic information site

Contract has allowed one company a long-term monopoly over data collection, Utah Republican claims.

Lawmaker presses OSC chief to hand over e-mails

Rep. Tom Davis, R-Va., wants more information on any work-related messages Special Counsel Scott Bloch sent via a personal account.

A truck carries immigrants through Sasabe, Mexico on the way to a drop-off spot to cross the border into Arivaca.

Surveillance tower raises suspicion in border town

Some in Arivaca, Ariz., are convinced the Homeland Security Department equipment is there to watch them, rather than the border.

Ousted hurricane center chief defends request for new satellite

Head of NOAA says Bill Proenza was reassigned because he wasn’t showing good leadership.

Mobility of federal workers hinders data security

Recent Office of Management and Budget directive will require encryption of all sensitive data, whether it is being used or is at rest.

Privacy officials discuss government data breaches

Challenge of protecting data is changing as the federal workforce becomes more mobile with laptop computers and BlackBerry handheld devices, officials say.