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No Need for Part D

OPM says most federal retirees don't need to sign up for new Medicare prescription drug coverage.

Firm wins contracts to help business consolidation effort

General Services Administration awards three $500,000 contracts to SiloSmashers of Fairfax, Va.

Army denies employee appeal of Walter Reed outsourcing

Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, D-D.C., says she is working to prevent contract for base operations work from being signed.

Pentagon official: GSA likely to pass contracting audit

In critical round of Defense inspector general audits, results are mostly green, acquisition official says.

Informal survey shows lax ID checks for air travelers

TSA confirms that passengers are allowed to pass through security without an ID if they submit to a secondary screening procedure.

Bush team hopes April appeal will revive personnel reforms

But officials must convince appellate court in Homeland Security case to dismiss the logic of two district court judges.

DHS projects aimed at communications upgrade

Baseline survey will cull information on whether equipment is interoperable.

Panel’s overhaul of earmark practices appears to have an effect

Appropriators are reporting a large reduction in earmark requests for fiscal 2007.