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Lawmakers, others urge more attention to drug review system

Much of the difficulty in conducting effective drug surveillance is the FDA budget, observers say.

TSP board awards contract for forms processing

In a $16 million deal, SI International will help process paper transactions faster.

Senator probes NASA software procurement

Failure to re-bid a $5.2 million contract has a high-ranking finance panel member questioning the agency's acquisition practices.

GOP leaders urge House to return from recess early

Request for supplemental wartime funding has been pending since February, and delays will hurt the troops, Republicans argue.

Lawmakers aim to settle on budget blueprint soon

House and Senate are close on discretionary spending, with a likely outcome to be overall spending in the $20 billion range above the White House request.

Systems to verify worker IDs set for overhaul

Employers now will be able to query one system using numbers assigned to workers on their permanent resident cards and employment authorization documents.

Union leader advocates more resources for IRS, better use

Agency budget contains legislative proposals aimed at taking a $29 billion bite into the tax gap over 10 years.

Reported drop in free tax e-filings revives criticisms

Though participation in program is decreasing, the IRS reports that complaints are down to one per every 2,193 returns.