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Watchdog dismisses TRICARE bid protest

Longtime contractor loses multibillion-dollar award to manage military health care.

OMB defends its progress weeding out federal websites

Sen. Tom Coburn releases CRS analysis of the White House’s Campaign to Cut Waste.

Cyber Summer Camp

More state-level camps and competitions are necessary to inspire the interest that is necessary for a capable cybersecurity workforce.

Watchdog points to FOIA.gov improvements

Some searches still produce incomplete results, GAO cautions.

New consumer bureau opens database of credit card complaints

Industry warns that identifying details could unfairly tarnish companies.

New data show Obama ahead in social-media race

President is leading Mitt Romney in online user engagement.

Poll finds global disapproval of U.S. drone strikes

Greece, Egypt and Jordan had the highest percentages of opposition.

Vice President Joe Biden created the Recovery Implementation Office, which held semiweekly calls with various agencies.

Federal executives will build on Recovery Act successes, report says

New report finds many agencies making permanent the strategies they used to implement stimulus funds.

Michelle Obama's Pinterest page is surprisingly personal

The '-mo' signature tells you which pins the first lady personally posts.

Controller Danny Werfel

OMB not enamored of House-passed data transparency measure

Controller has different view than former Recovery Board colleague.

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