Spending bill amendment limiting the annual military travel budget to $70 million passes by voice vote.
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Contingency procurement rules and a unified contracting entity also could improve post-conflict response, report says.
Small and mid-size domestic companies continue volatile streak, dipping in July.
Senate committee recommends cutting more than $93 million from President Bush’s $535 million budget request for the office.
Agencies should put themselves in their clients’ shoes.
Spending bill amendment approved unanimously would give $7.8 billion more to the Army and $5.3 billion more to the Marine Corps.
Measure authorizing DHS to regulate chemical facilities has been bogged down over objections from more than a dozen senators.
Report describing possible overpayment for explosives detection illustrates the need for more review, House member says.
Rear Adm. Timothy Flynn will come to Washington this fall from the San Diego-based Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command.
In light of a recent settlement agreement, senators probe, and largely accept, company’s intentions.