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Federal Couples

If you’re married to another federal employee, you face some specific challenges in retirement planning.

Contractor’s rise shows blurred government, industry lines

Despite several failed projects, Science Applications International Corp. has grown into one of the top federal contractors.

Defense business agency gets Iraq contracting assignment

Business Transformation Agency will head up effort to improve policies and procedures for rebuilding Iraq.

Public service academy proposal gains lawmakers’ ears

The free four-year undergraduate education would require a five-year service commitment.

Senator places hold on GSA reorganization bill

James Jeffords of Vermont blocks legislation that would complete merger of GSA’s procurement organizations.

Internal review finds cost of Army future combat program soaring

Cost estimates for the program have nearly doubled in the last three years, soaring from $175 billion to $300 billion.

Customs, border employee training center earmark under fire

At least one senior House Republican wants the expansion of the center stopped, saying it is not needed and is creating redundancies.

Web chat rooms center of FBI probe into terrorist plot

Agents say they uncovered plot by monitoring Internet postings.