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FAA employees seek temporary halt to outsourcing effort

Participants in age discrimination suit seek preliminary injunction pending a ruling on their legal challenge to privatization of flight services.

Energy employees win appeal of outsourcing decision

Successful bid protest will force agency officials to rethink maintenance contract.

Defense updates competitive sourcing software

Latest version further automates, standardizes cost calculations.

Share-in-savings contracting regulations at least a month away

In the absence of guidelines, agencies hesitant to use contract vehicle.

Options running out for opponents of FAA outsourcing

Denial of bid protest moves FAA one step closer to October transfer date of flight service operations to Lockheed Martin.

Former contractor executives plead guilty to conflict of interest charges

Defendants offered Army official $125,000-a-year job during negotiations.

Accounting giant pays $42 million to settle dispute over travel expenses

Federal task force had alleged that PricewaterhouseCoopers overcharged agencies.

Management score card sees more green

Labor becomes first department to earn top marks in every major category.

FAA rejects appeals of outsourcing decision

Ruling upholds agency’s decision to award flight service jobs to Lockheed.

Former Air National Guard director under investigation

Pentagon inspector general investigating allegations of federal ethics violations by retired Maj. Gen. Paul Weaver.