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Boeing may halt future combat program work over money

Army is seeking a transfer of $295 million to avoid the stop in development work and potential layoffs associated.

Volume mailers look for service agreements in postal bill

Inclusion of such language in the reform measure would codify practices already in place, and establish guidelines.

Lawmakers seek more trade inspectors

Decline in number of inspectors could slow progress on program offering importers incentives for extra security measures, legislator argues.

Senator pursues earmarks for FBI expansion in Alabama

Effort would steer millions of dollars to facilities in Huntsville.

OPM, lawmakers seek to ease rehiring of federal retirees

National Intelligence Director issues policy for creating retiree corps.

The Clinger-Cohen Act, 10 Years Later: Becoming Enterprise Architects

In part three of our four-part series on the landmark law overhauling information technology procurement, we look at the how the implementation of the act was affected by the effort to develop a Federal Enterprise Architecture.

Panel aims to increase competition for services contracts

Group recommends allowing protests on task orders of $5 million or more.

Federal officials urge immediate preparation for pandemic

Threat should not be treated as hypothetical, HHS seasonal and pandemic flu coordinator says.

Lawmakers poised to pass emergency communications bill

Bill would require DHS to set goals and timeframes for achieving redundant and sustainable systems that work across jurisdictions.

Senator concerned contracting report may have been tainted

Official with ties to subcontractor on fighter jet program took part in discussions on report suggesting procurement strategy.