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Senior GSA official announces departure

Neal Fox is the latest to leave the agency, which is poised for reorganization.

FAA outsourcing effort hits House roadblock

Measure is designed to protect the jobs of 2,000 flight service specialists.

White House: Appropriations bill language would impede management agenda

OMB also objects to across-the-board 3.1 percent pay raise.

Pentagon procurement chief headed to GSA

Deidre Lee will join agency’s new Federal Acquisition Service.

Pentagon inspector general interviewing ex-acquisitions chief

Sen. John Warner, R-Va., contacted former Pentagon acquisition chief Edward (Pete) Aldridge and urged him to talk to the IG.

Coast Guard pleads to retain funds for upgrading fleet

Rep. Olympia Snowe, R-Maine, said new plan "doesn't reflect reality."

GAO sides with contractors on three decisions

Watchdog agency determines NASA, Navy and the Drug Enforcement Administration awarded contracts improperly.

GAO: Contractors owe $3 billion in taxes

Watchdog agency says 33,000 civilian contractors failed to pay; some committed felonies by not forwarding payroll taxes.

Businessman, officials spar over withdrawn contract

Probe of failed border surveillance contract could lead to administrative or criminal charges.

Advocates for blind fight reorganization of Education agency

The Bush administration says it just wants to streamline Rehabilitation Services Administration, but the blind say the effort is designed to diminish a program built specifically to help them.