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DHS officials ponder effects of foot-and-mouth outbreak

Spread of disease in United States would cost the economy billions.

Firm withdraws protest of ID card services contract

GSA officials are weighing how to proceed with next contract for end-to-end services to help agencies meet presidential mandate.

Defense auditors issue review of GSA contracting operations

Final report is mostly good news for regional shops, concluding that Defense organizations should continue to use them.

Market research firm rates vision plans

One federal option earns J.D. Power & Associates' highest ranking for customer satisfaction.

Senators call for delay in closing EPA libraries

Legislators join unions and advocacy group in calling for greater scrutiny of closures plan.

Groups push to advance package of Army Corps projects

Bill held up in conference committee negotiations; Senate version has stricter criteria for independent reviews of projects.

Dems, GOP squeeze last drops from campaign messages

If Democrats gain control, they will focus on a new, “smarter” Iraq policy, head of senatorial campaign committee says.