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Time running out to nominate a Democrat to labor board

Senate Democrats urge President Bush to make an appointment for the required slot.

DHS updates purchase card requirements

Investigators called upon DHS to make changes over summer, in response to reports of fraudulent use of cards after Hurricane Katrina.

New IT agreements may reduce DHS reliance on interagency contracts

Department also is working to hire more acquisition workers to oversee contracts, officials say in response to GAO report.

GSA launches a new governmentwide technology procurement

Alliant will be worth up to $65 billion over 10 years, but skeptics note flaws in how GSA has handled the effort.

New pact moves Internet body toward independence

Body will no longer be required to report regularly to the Commerce Department; government will play advisory role.

Negotiators agree to cap interest rates for loans to military

Language added to Defense authorization bill is aimed at stopping unscrupulous payday lenders from targeting service members.

Grading the Grading System

A new report questions the helpfulness of five-level grading schemes that will be used to decide pay.

Senators vow tougher chemical security

New measure is needed to clarify that states can surpass federal standards, and require safer technologies and processes, Democrats say.

GOP leader reminded of pledge to boost health, education funding

House Republican moderates are asking for an additional $3 billion; decision likely to wait until after the elections.