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GSA to award new contract for ID card services

Agency officials expect to make an award to one company sometime this spring.

U.S. officials tackle global communications issues

Cyber security a key issue, State Department official says.

Government’s Web site gets new name

Old name found to be confusing; survey respondents said they preferred USA.gov.

GSA’s chief acquisition officer to leave for private sector

Emily Murphy will work with a former OMB procurement policy chief to help develop law firm’s contracting practice.

GAO: Patent office can reimburse teleworkers for home Internet

Decision provides a legal basis for the office to cover employees’ home access, up to $100 per month.

Activist: DHS considering outsourcing work for ID law

Department chief ordered plan to hire a private sector data aggregator for license and ID card checks, privacy advocate claims.

Democratic senators want agency data-mining reports

Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., says more than 50 agencies are using data-mining technology.

Audit could recoup millions in mistaken Navy telecom payments

Effort will attempt to identify mistakes such as payments on noncompliant contracts or nonoperating circuits, and double billing.

GAO: Interior office lacks timetable for trust fund reforms

Office charged with implementing management changes also lacks adequate strategy for operations once reforms are complete.

High-ranking GSA acquisition official to retire

Departure of G. Martin Wagner marks second time in recent months that a senior GSA official involved in e-gov efforts has announced plans to leave.