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Proposed FOIA Changes Could Shield Pentagon Documents on Torture, Contractor Abuse

Transparency groups seek to head off Pentagon bid to narrow transparency law.

How to Design Contracts that Deliver Results

A new study explains the pros and cons of two contracting approaches aimed at delivering services more effectively.

The USS Abraham Lincoln arrives for a scheduled port visit in Florida. Dusek was found to have steered the aircraft carrier to Port Klang, Malaysia – a port terminal owned by Francis.

Navy Captain Who Took Fat Leonard’s Bribes Gets 46 Months in Prison

Dusek is highest-ranking official punished in case involving Asia ship schedules.

Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders shake hands before the start of a March 9 debate in Miami.

Clinton and Sanders Pledge To Protect Federal Employee Pay and Benefits

Union receives responses from Democratic candidates, but no Republicans, on range of issues.

An Israeli Company is Helping the FBI Unlock That iPhone

This company might be able to bypass Apple's security measures.

Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament dominate the London skyline.

Agencies Discover the Limits of a U.K. Procurement Model

Category management offers promise for streamlining procurement, but that could take another decade.

NIH Opens Small Business ‘On-Ramp' to $20B Contract

Bids from new small businesses are due by April 18, with awards expected in early 2017.

The USS Mustin arrives in Singapore for a scheduled port visit.  The contractor admitted to $1.6 million in fraudulent charges for one of the destroyer's port visits.

Defense Contractor Gets 63 Months in Prison in Navy Bribery Scandal

Singapore-based executive must also pay $35 million in restitution.

A United Launch Alliance Atlas V with NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory launches from its Space Launch Complex-41 launch in 2010.

This Rocket Exec Angered Everyone in Space and Lost his Job

The engineering chief of the nation’s largest rocket-launch firm got a little too candid during a recent talk at his alma mater.

Spc. Scott Shaver (left) and Spc. Bret Gibson, haul a Hellfire missile to load onto the mounting bracket of an AH-64D Apache helicopter in 2009

Lockheed Expanding Missile Factories, Quadruples Bomb Production for ISIS Long Haul

The Hellfire maker is boosting production for an era of conflict with no end in sight.