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Navy looks to develop high-energy laser weapon

Service is seeking to start testing technology in March.

Thou Shalt Not Steal

Even with good cause, taking agency documents is against the law.

Justice settles procurement case, launches anti-fraud effort

Deputy attorney general starts national, interagency initiative for battling procurement fraud.

Forum discussion probes contracting challenges

Attendees recommend replacing “acquisition” with “purchasing” to make jobs sound more appealing.

GSA reaffirms goal of speeding up schedule contracts

Agency will try new management methods, and count on applicants to provide timely responses to questions.

Homeland Security seeks deals on cargo scanning

Customs and Border Protection commissioner says department is in discussions with "probably half a dozen" ports.

Deficit drops as revenues climb

Overall spending increased by 7.4 percent to about $2.65 trillion in fiscal 2006.

Army pursues risky bid for boost in funding

Service seeks to be on par financially with the Air Force and the Navy for the first time since the creation of the Air Force almost 60 years ago.