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URS|CH2M Oak Ridge LLC, has a $2.2 billion contract to manage environmental cleanup efforts at the East Tennessee Technology Park in Oak Ridge, an Energy Department facility.

Energy Dept. Overpays Contractor Executives

Oak Ridge, Tenn., officials sign off on salary that’s 80 percent too high, IG says.

USPS Ranks Last Among Postal Services Worldwide, Report Finds

The U.S. agency is burdened by legacy costs and lack of innovation.

The Texans cornerback Kareem Jackson Houston (25) fails to contain Steven Ridley, running back for the New England Patriots to score a touchdown in the NFL playoffs.

Air Force Wants Help Running Fantasy Football League

The program would serve troops, civilians and family members at installations worldwide.

Nearly 250 Employees Opt to Leave Lockheed’s IT Unit

Voluntary layoffs are part of 'ongoing affordability initiative.'

Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky.

Did Rand Paul Ask the Wrong Questions in His Drone Filibuster?

By focusing on improbable dangers to everyday people, the senator distracted Americans from the real issues.

A TSA agent checks a passport at Baltimore Washington Airport.

TSA Will Avoid Furloughs for Now, Union Says

Agency is freezing hiring and eliminating overtime to meet budget cuts.

OMB Posts Progress on Cross-agency Goals

First quarterly report launched during Sunshine Week.

Analysis: The Sequester Will Devastate U.S. Science Research for Decades

Cutting the meager amount the federal government spends on basic science would do little to meet short-term fiscal goals while incurring huge costs in the future.

The End of Federal Transportation Funding as We Know It

The diminishing power of the gas tax has renewed debate about how — and even whether — Washington can pay for local roads and rails.