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Review of Army combat program challenges need for lighter vehicles

Study could help ease requirements for future fleet, quickening vehicle development and ultimately reducing costs.

Partisans seek edge in homeland security funding

Senior Republicans are increasingly frustrated with DHS’ financial management, especially that of the Federal Protective Service.

The Clinger-Cohen Act, 10 Years Later: The Five Percent Solution

In part one of our four-part series on the landmark law overhauling information technology procurement, we look at whether or not the legislation has achieved its stated aims.

OPM chief renews push for electronic pension system

Despite setback in House vote, Linda Springer says she's optimistic an electronic processing system will eventually receive funding from lawmakers.

In pandemic, homes could become 'safe havens' for work

OPM issues guidelines for agencies on maintaining operations in the event of a flu outbreak.

Security clearance processing deadlines pose challenges

For the first time in months, the Defense Security Service fully resumes its work.

Competitive sourcing veterans share stories, tips

Agencies should focus on communication before and during competitions, and follow-through once they are finished, officials say.

IRS headquarters to remain shut for months

Repairing extensive damage from flooding will cost tens of millions of dollars; employees may start returning in the fall.

Report: VA treated data breach with ‘indifference’

Employee responsible for stolen computer equipment was not authorized to take sensitive personal information home, inspector general report says.