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GSA budget document reveals revisions to IG’s requests

Document provides details on what the agency’s investigative branch has said is an attempt to “reduce serious scrutiny of the agency.”

Report: Navy intranet program fails to meet goals

Figures on customer satisfaction include those that are “at best marginally satisfied” with the system, GAO finds.

Lawmakers question GSA chief’s plans for agency auditors

Legislators ask Administrator Lurita Doan to explain why she is trying to limit the work of GSA’s inspector general.

Incoming House chairman proposes restructuring of oversight panel

Soon-to-be head of the Government Reform Committee wants to streamline its subcommittees.

FBI seeks extra funding to avoid delays on tech upgrade

Bureau must come up with $157 million by February to enter contract for second stage of project.

Privacy watchdogs urge probe of spying program

White House Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board has been criticized for being a dependent part of the very branch of government it is supposed to oversee.

Forum offers advice on innovating for government

To become defense contractors someday, small companies must be "viable, visible, capable and credible," executive says.

Funding may be a sticking point for FBI tech upgrade

Sentinel project to build a modern case management system could face a budget shortfall if appropriators don’t grant bureau’s request, auditors say.

GSA weighs placing policy office under congressional affairs

Employees told that the move would not substantially change the policy operation.

Ex-Commerce officials urge interoperability action

Bolstering emergency communications has been a priority for lawmakers on both sides of the aisle since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.